Conference program proposals are being reviewed. Thank you to everyone who submitted a session. Abstract submissions are now being accepted through March 1.
SNEB 2024 Annual Conference, July 29-August 1, 2024, University of Tennessee in Knoxville
Dr. Sarah Colby, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Vice President, invites proposals for conference
sessions and for pre- and post-meeting workshops and tours for the 2024 Annual Conference.
This year program proposals will be accepted online at https://sneb.submittable.com/submit and are due by Tuesday, October 31, 2023. All program proposals must be submitted by an SNEB member. Incomplete proposals or those not submitted using the online system will not be considered. Depending on the number of proposals submitted, the strength of each proposal, and the overlap in themes identified across proposals, you may be asked to work collaboratively with other individuals that have submitted similarly themed proposals.
Please visit https://www.sneb.org/sneb-2024/ for more information. If you have any questions, please contact the SNEB office via phone at 800-235-6690 (317-328-4627 outside the U.S.) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Criteria for Proposal Acceptance:
Proposals will be evaluated based on the criteria below. Submit a completed Program Proposal form and a Biosketch form for each speaker with your written proposal. Incomplete proposals will not be considered. Depending on the number of proposals submitted, the strength of each proposal, and the overlap in themes identified across proposals, you may be asked to work collaboratively with other individuals that have submitted similarly themed proposals.
Concise, interesting, memorable.
Timely, substantive, and relevant to nutrition educators and to the meeting theme.
List three to four learning objectives that will be met through the session. Need to be clearly written and realistic.
Session Description (to be used in meeting promotional materials)
Describe the session in 100 words or fewer, using short concise sentences. The description should include what participants will do in the session, as well as what they will “take home.” SNEB reserves the right to edit session descriptions.
Needs to be familiar with the subject, have firsthand experience with the audience of interest and past success as a presenter.
Include name(s), experience, and qualifications of proposed presenter(s). Please recommend presenters who you know have interest in speaking at the SNEB meeting.
Below is SNEB’s policy for speaker expenses. Be sure to carefully read this policy and make sure your speakers agree with the terms. Please indicate whether each proposed presenter is an SNEB member or not; note which speakers will require an honorarium and whether SNEB will need to cover travel, lodging, and per diem costs. (Please note: the annual conference budget changes from year-to-year and may dictate changes to this policy.)
Need to be clearly described, appropriate for the subject. We are looking for creative, innovative, interactive sessions that involve the audience and/or include “how to” skill-building activities.