Upcoming Webinar

Journal Club 5: Barriers to Eating Traditional Foods Vary by Age Group in Ecuador With Biodiversity Loss as a Key Issue

March 25, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar This presentation is about eating behavior of indigenous people towards the conservation of natural resources. Being that Ecuador is a mega diverse country, it has a high food biodiversity and

Journal Club 6: Indicators of Readiness and Capacity for Implementation of Healthy Eating Strategies in Child Care Settings Serving Low-Income Children

April 1, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar The webinar will focus on presenting the results from a research project that aimed to identify factors perceived to influence implementation of healthy eating policy, systems, and environmental

Journal Club 7: Fruit and Vegetable Preferences and Practices May Hinder Participation in Community-Supported Agriculture Among Low-Income Rural Families

April 8, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar This presentation will describe factors that may influence participation in community-supported agriculture (CSA) including: 1) fruit and vegetable (FV) preferences; 2) knowledge and beliefs

Digital Tech for Nutrition Education Roundup 2019

April 10, 2019

About the Webinar Digital technologies such as mobile and Internet of Things platforms, social media, podcasts, virtual and augmented reality, and artificial intelligence have become part of everyday life in the 21st century.

Navigating Successful Mentor-Mentee Relationships

April 11, 2019

About the Webinar This webinar will provide valuable information to persons at all stages of their career for developing effective mentor-mentee relationships. Challenges to developing effective relationships include, but are not limited

Journal Club 8: Food Sources for Homeless Youth: An Evaluation of Food Availability at a Homeless Youth Drop-In Center

April 15, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar This presentation will describe unaccompanied homeless youth (a very vulnerable and difficult to reach population), their food needs and how youth drop-in centers attempt to meet these needs.

Journal Club 9: Traditional Food Practices, Attitudes, and Beliefs in Urban Alaska Native Women Receiving WIC Assistance

April 22, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar Anchorage Alaska is home to more than half of the state's population and to the majority of Alaska Native peoples. Traditional foods play a large role in the lives of many Alaska Native peoples,

Journal Club 10: Food Choice Drivers in the Context of the Nutrition Transition in Delhi, India

April 29, 2019

Login for member pricing About the Webinar With increasing income and urbanization, dietary intake in India has shifted toward being higher in energy-dense, refined foods and lower in fiber in a process called the nutrition transition.

Service-Learning: Getting Started

May 9, 2019

About the Webinar This session will provide educators with tools and resources to implement service-learning into their classroom. Those who currently manage service-learning programs will learn ways to engage students in the experience.

Getting the Most Out of Your SNEB Membership - New Member Orientation

May 22, 2019

Login to Register About the Webinar Are you a new member of SNEB? Need a refresher on all the great benefits your membership provides you? Join us for a webinar to show you how to take advantage of these benefits, where to find them