AFFI Infographics: Benefits of Frozen Foods Campaign

SNEB info graphic
Posted by: on Wednesday October 11, 2017 The American Frozen Food Institute, an SNEB Organizational Member, has released a new campaign that focuses on the benefits of frozen foods and how it can help those concerned with getting meals on the table, while incorporating the food safety message of reminding consumers to follow the package cooking instructions on frozen food for optimal safety and quality. To learn more, download the infographics available in English and Spanish below, or visit Mealtime Stress - (...)

SNEB Remembers Beatrice ‘Bee’ Marks

Beatrice "Bee" Marks
Posted by: on Tuesday October 3, 2017 Nutrition communication pioneer Beatrice "Bee" Marks passed away on Sept. 25 at the age of 95. No funeral service is planned but the family will announce a celebration of life at a later date. We are sharing a tribute prepared by Ketchum and an article released by PR Week. SNEB will post other remembrances as they are published. View tribute and watch Ketchum leaders reminisce about Bee and her contributions in this video. (...)

JNEB Call for Papers: Physical Activity

Posted by: on Monday September 18, 2017 JNEB is announcing a call for papers for a themed issue focused on physical activity to be published in late 2018. All paper types generally accepted at JNEB will be considered. Those with linkages to nutrition or diet will have priority, but all must be of interest to nutrition education and behavior researchers, educators, and practitioners. Manuscripts will be accepted for this issue until December 1, 2017. To learn more and submit, click here. (...)

JNEB Call for Position Paper Topics

Posted by: on Thursday September 14, 2017 Call for Position Paper Topics As part of SNEB’s strategic plan, our extensive engagement in national issues, and the growth of the Journal, we are continuing to solicit topics for position papers.Position papers provide a comprehensive discussion of SNEB’s policy on one or more topics. Containing extensive background information and analysis, position papers provide a more complete understanding of the issues and rationale for the position(s) set forth by the organization.To submit (...)

ACPP Policy Focus Area Report

Posted by: on Monday September 11, 2017 The policy focus area report started as a survey of the membership which was reviewed by the ACPP committee and the SNEB board. The results of the survey will guide the committee's work. Click here to view the report. (...)

SNEB Award Winner Featured in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Nutrition Educators of Health Professionals Fall 2017 Newsletter

The Educator's Resource
Posted by: on Tuesday September 5, 2017 The 2017 recipient of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award presented by the SNEB Higher Education Division, Dr. Melanie Burns, PhD was featured in the AND NEHP Fall 2017 newsletter for her outstanding achievements. Read the article published in the newsletter below. To learn more about AND NEHP, visit: (...)

SNEB Past President Spotlight: Jane Voichick, PhD

Jane Voichick, PhD
Posted by: on Thursday August 3, 2017 When (Sarah) Jane Voichick, PhD, served as president in 2003, the importance of nutrition education and the need to conduct nutrition education research to improve effectiveness of nutrition education was becoming more widely accepted, which is one of the many highlights of her presidency.With a Bachelors in Psychology from Oberlin College and a Masters and Doctorate in Nutritional Sciences from University of Wisconsin-Madison, Voichick said SNE was a very important factor in her professiona (...)

SNEB Past President Highlight: Barbara Shannon, PhD

Barbara Shannon, PhD
Posted by: on Tuesday July 18, 2017 Barbara Shannon’s, PhD, current interests include watercolor, oil painting, and participation in local art groups. Prior to retirement, Shannon spent over 20 years in nutrition education and also served as SNEB president in 1991. Membership to SNEB allowed her to grow in her career.“It provided me with valuable colleagues and friends and gave me an out let for research publications and scholarly presentations,” Shannon said.To young professionals, Shannon noted the friendships she (...)

Meet the Sponsor: University of North Florida

University LOGO
Posted by: on Tuesday July 18, 2017 At the University of North Florida, engaged faculty, broad educational offerings and beautiful natural surroundings provide an ideal environment to engage and inspire our students.The University has grown significantly since opening its doors in 1972, but we remain committed to small class sizes and individualized attention, which are hallmarks of an education at UNF. Study abroad opportunities, research with faculty members and hands-on learning invigorate students in their pursuit of knowl (...)

Meet the Exhibitor: Kansas State University (OEIE)

K state logo
Posted by: on Tuesday July 18, 2017 Founded in 2000, and affiliated with Kansas State University and the College of Education, OEIE provides a variety of independent evaluation services for an extensive range of projects in the fields of science, agriculture, education, health, and workforce development. Our clients include local, state, national, and international researchers, faculty, and administrators working within universities, government agencies, foundations, and other organizations. (...)