Registration Information

SNEB 2019 Annual Conference Registration 

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Pre-Conference Activities: Saturday, July 27

FNEE Pre-Conference Workshop: Our Changing Population: Reaching Diverse Populations through Food and Nutrition Education
Saturday, July 27 | 7:45am – 3:15pm
Member: $105 | Non-Member: $140 | Student: $85

Moderator: Andrea Morris, PHD, MCHES, Alabama A&M University/Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Speakers: Ines Beltran, MS, University of Georgia; Carinthia Cherry, PhD, North Carolina A&T; Carrie Durwood, PhD, RD, Utah State University; Jody Gatewood, MS, RD, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach; Christine Hradek, MPH, Iowa State University; Shewana McSwain, North Carolina A&T; Diana Romano, RD, Oklahoma State University; Leslie Speller-Henderson, Tennessee State University; Suzanne Stluka, PhD, RDN, LN, South Dakota State University

Description: This session will provide nutrition professionals with cultural perspectives of what changes/differences are occurring and currently exist in the demographics of the United States, and how they play a role in how nutrition education methods must continue to expand to meet differences in culture, learning styles, access and availability of healthy foods, and technology advances.


Audubon Park Food System Tour
Saturday, July 27 | 7:30am – 12:30pm
Member: $50 | Non-Member: $85 | Student: $35

Description: Attendees will visit several destinations within the Audubon Park Food System to explore food and sustainability efforts as well as local food production. Locations include the Audubon Park Covenant Church, Fleet Farming and East End Market.


Disney - Behind the Seeds Tour
Saturday, July 27| 12:30pm – 4:45pm
Member: $155 | Non-Member: $190 | Student: $140

Description: Attendees will explore greenhouses and go over agriculture, aquaculture, horticulture. Once the tour is complete, attendees will have the opportunity to tour Epcot on their own.

Registration Costs

Full Conference includes opening session on
July 27 through late afternoon session on July 30

  Before 6/7/19
Full Conference SNEB Member $396
Full Conference Non-Member $540
Full Conference Student Member $187
Full Conference Student Non-member $268
One Day Member $230
One Day Non-Member $289
One Day Student Member $100
One Day Student Non-Member $112
Full Conference Plus New Professional Membership $496
Full Conference Plus New Student Membership $227
Full Conference Plus Renew Pro Membership (if member in 2018) $596
Full Conference Plus Renew Student Membership (if member in 2018) $247

 

Post-Conference Activities: Wednesday, July 31

The Role of Social Media in Policy, System and Environmental Change
Wednesday, July 31| 9:00am – 12:00pm
Member: $60 | Non-Member: $95 | Student: $40

Moderator: Blake Connolly, MPH, Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program

Speakers: Kim Laramy, Ethos/VONT; Suzanne Madore, Ethos/VONT

Description: This session will address how the use of social media can help reach beyond classes, programs and events to drive deep into policy, systems and environmental change.


Rooted in the Past but Relevant to the Future, Food Systems Education in Orange County Florida
Wednesday, July 31 | 9:00am – 2:30pm
Member: $55 | Non-Member: $90 | Student: $40

Moderator: LuAnn Duncan, MS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange/Sumter Counties

Speakers: Jana Anderson, BS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Caitlin Glatting, BS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Kelly Greer, MS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Jennifer Avilles Rodriguez, BS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Ed Thralls, MS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Amy Vu, MS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; JK Yarborough, MS, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County; Virgilia Zabala, MBA, MSPH, RD, UF IFAS Extension, Orange County

Description: Participants will be touring one of the nation's premiere county Extension facilities and extension educators will share information about programs they conduct on site and in the community.