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    Food Security: From Local to Global
    Join the Society for Nutrition Education (SNE) in Food Security: From
    Local to Global July 11 – 15, 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana during the
    42nd SNE Annual Conference.

    The 2009 Annual Conference offers a unique forum where nutrition
    and health professionals gather to share nutrition education programs,
    products, activities and research findings. We invite food and nutrition
    education professionals and students from all arenas to attend the
    Conference.
                                                                                     The full conference begins promptly on Sunday, July 12. There is a very
    This year’s conference begins on Saturday, July 11 with the FNEE pre-            dynamic program planned in addition to some new and exciting sessions
    conference workshop, Cooperative Extension and Technology: Partners for          that will most definitely enhance your experience at the 2009 Annual
    the Future. Immediately following the pre-conference session will be the         Conference! SNE will again be volunteering in New Orleans and we will
    opening reception in the exhibit hall. You don’t want to miss this opportunity   make a positive impact on the community that still struggles and needs
    to meet new people and connect with old friends.                                 our help.

    A session not to be missed is Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2009:              Plan to stay on Wednesday, July 15 for the two planned post conference
    Advancing Nutrition Education and Promotion in Schools by Building               workshops including Positive Programs for Preventing Obesity and Related
    Collaborations. Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2009 is an opportunity           Problems in Children, Tweens and Teens (program dependent on grant
    to advance nutrition education and promotion efforts in child nutrition          application) and SNE Foundation’s workshop.
    programs. The SNE Foundation has developed the SNEF Healthy
    Collaboration College: Nutrition Labeling in Restaurants and on Menus.           Don’t delay! There are discounted rates for early registration. Return the
    This half-day post-conference workshop is a solutions forum that invites         enclosed registration form or register conveniently online at www.sne.org!
    members and industry to review the problem of nutrition labeling and             See you in New Orleans!
    discuss solutions. Members and industry can develop short presentations
    to address the issue and all attendees will assist in developing a solution.     Geoffrey Greene, PhD, RD, LDN
    If you are interested in participating, make sure to sign up for this post-      Conference Chair
    conference workshop!



     Who should attend SNE 2009?                                                           SNE Vision
                                                                                           Promote healthy communities through nutrition education
     • Nutrition program planners and evaluators
                                                                                           and advocacy.
     • Dietitians and dietetic technicians
     • Nutrition researchers
     • County extension agents
                                                                                           SNE Mission
                                                                                           The Society for Nutrition Education promotes effective
     • WIC and other child nutrition program personnel
                                                                                           nutrition education and communication to support and
     • Nutrition policy makers
                                                                                           improve healthful behaviors.
     • Food behavior specialists
     • Food service professionals
     • Food producers and marketers
     • Teachers                                                                               Hotel Information
     • Journalists
     • Health care providers                                                                  Sheraton New Orleans
     • Chefs                                                                                  500 Canal Street
     • Scientists                                                                             New Orleans, LA 70130
                                                                                              (888) 627-7033
     What will you gain by attending SNE 2009?
                                                                                              Room Rate:
     • Access to leading-edge research, programs and policies focusing on
                                                                                              Single/Double Occupancy: $149.00/ per night.
       your profession in foods and nutrition;
                                                                                              Rate good through June 15, 2009.
     • Gain insights from hands-on activities and presentations;

     • Obtain a better understanding of how food security, or the lack there                  To make your reservation: Please call (888) 627-7033
       of, is effecting all levels of population and groups;                                  or visit the Annual Conference – Accommodations page at
                                                                                              www.sne.org to make your reservation online.
     • Connect with other nutrition educators in government, academia, and
       local and private sectors as you explore new ways to work together;                    Be sure to mention you are with the Society for Nutrition
     • Develop skills for both professional and personal enrichment;                          Education (SNE) conference.

     • Expand your network of colleagues from around the world; and,
                                                                                              Additional Accommodations for Students
     • Learn how to get your research and results published in the Journal                    Go to www.sne.org/conference/accommodations.htm
       for Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB) at a session dedicated                     for more details.
       specifically to this topic.
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Conference Program Offerings                                                                   Save time! Register online at SNE.org!

                                                           Food Insecurity:
SATuRDAy, JuLy 11                                          Global Problem, Local Solutions
                                                                                                                    10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.                                           Food insecurity, which continues to increase in the
                                                                                                                    Poster Abstract Presentations
Taste of New Orleans Opening Reception                     US and worldwide, is linked to a number of poor
and Jazz Parade                                            health and nutrition outcomes. Address the issues
                                                                                                                    11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Network with your nutrition education colleagues                                                                    Oral Abstract Presentations
                                                           surrounding food insecurity from research and
while browsing through exhibits. This will be your         public policy perspectives and also provide practical
first chance to bid on SNE Foundation Silent Auction       knowledge of real world solutions through an             2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
items. Enjoy some light refreshments before dining         interactive discussion of local programs.                A Non-Diet Curriculum for Obesity Prevention
out with your friends at the Dine Around!                                                                           in young Adults: Design and Outcomes
                                                           Speakers: David Coffman, Second Harvest Food             The development, implementation and evaluation
                                                           Bank; Fern Gale Estrow, MS, RD, CDN, FGE, Food           of an online non-diet curriculum for young adult
SuNDAy, JuLy 12                                            and Nutrition Team; Nurgul Fitzgerald, PhD, RD,          college students will be presented. Learn how an
9:00 – 10:30 a.m., Opening Keynote                         Rutgers University; Lauren A. Haldeman, PhD,             instructional strategy framework, motivational tactics,
Teaching the World to Fish – Strategies to                 University of North Carolina; Christy Norsworthy,        and online focus groups were used in design and
Create Global Food Security                                Louisiana Public Health Institute; Vanessa Ulmer,        evaluation. Hear about the process of creating
The job of assuring food security is complex. Action       MSc, Prevention Research Center at Tulane                an interactive, personalized web-based series of
needs to be taken at the individual/household,             University                                               lessons on eating competence, physical activity, size
community, national and global level to end hunger                                                                  acceptance, and healthy weight. Learn about factors
and improve health and nutrition. Gain insight on          4:00 – 5:30 p.m.                                         that contribute to successful weight management
the challenges facing impoverished communities                                                                      for obesity prevention in 18-24 year old college
                                                           Deconstructing a Possible Hunger –
worldwide and on effective local food system                                                                        students.
                                                           Obesity Paradox
strategies to combat food insecurity and hunger            Is there a paradox between hunger and obesity?
in different populations. In addition to improved                                                                   Speakers: Geoffrey Greene, PhD, RD, University
                                                           What does the research show? Who is affected:
food production and access, eliminating hunger                                                                      of Rhode Island; Sharon Hoerr, PhD, RD, Michigan
                                                           urban or rural populations; particular age groups;
requires multi-focused, yet targeted, health/nutrition                                                              State University; Tanya Horacek, PhD, RD, Syracuse
                                                           others? What are the implications for nutrition
education programs. The importance of health/                                                                       University; Susan Welsh, PhD, RD, USDA; Adrienne
                                                           educators? What are ways nutrition educators might
nutrition education to support optimal utilization                                                                  White, PhD, RD, University of Maine
                                                           approach this topic with different audiences, from
of local food systems and for community capacity           the food insecure themselves to those delivering
building to prevent malnutrition will also be explored.    food aid to government policy-makers? Speakers           America’s Response to Food Security
                                                           will discuss hunger-obesity relationships from the       To deal with limited access to food, a partnership
Speakers: Dr. Lidan Du, Rutgers University, New            perspective of their research.                           has developed in the US between the public and the
Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, School of                                                                   nonprofit private sectors to provide food assistance.
Environmental and Biological Sciences; Bethann             Speakers: Lora Beth Brown, EdD, RD, Brigham              Yet, even with these programs in place, individuals
Witcher-Cottrell, PhD, CARE                                Young University; Chery Smith, PhD, MPH, RD,             struggle to maintain an adequate food supply for
                                                           University of Minnesota; Marilyn S. Townsend, PhD,       themselves and their households and resort to
10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.                                    RD, University of California                             employing food acquisition practices that can result
                                                                                                                    in inadequate nutrient intake, consumption of unsafe
Oral Abstract Presentations
                                                                                                                    foods, and engagement in risky behaviors. This
                                                           6:30 – 8:30 p.m.                                         session will focus on describing coping behaviors of
11:15 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.                                    Hunger 4 a Month: Missouri Community                     individuals and successful programmatic responses,
Poster Abstract Presentations                              Action Poverty Simulation                                publicly through FSNEP and EFNEP and privately at
                                                           Participants assume the roles of families facing         the New Orleans food bank.
1:15 – 3:45 p.m.                                           poverty. The task of the “families” is to provide for
JNEB Workshop - How to Publish in JNEB -                   basic necessities and shelter during the simulation      Speakers: Debrah Palmer, PhD, MEd, Rutgers
Research, Reports, and GEMS                                while interacting with various community resources       University; Andrea S. Smith, MPH, MA, Johns
This interactive workshop will teach you how to            in the course of four 10-minute “weeks.” The             Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
publish GEMS (Great Educational Materials) and             simulation is conducted with the “families” seated in
research articles, briefs and reports.                     groups in the center, around the perimeter are tables
                                                                                                                    Attention young Professionals: How to Write
Space is limited, ticket required.                         representing community resources and services
                                                           for the families. Though the simulation uses “play”      a Grant and Get Results
                                                           money, props, fictional scenarios and time limits, it    In today’s economy, the ability to write proposals and
1:30 – 3:00 p.m.                                                                                                    obtain funding is a highly prized skill that crosses
Partnering While Maintaining Our Values:                   is not a game. It is a tool that enables participants
                                                           to view poverty from different perspectives in an        all job descriptions in nutrition. Obtaining grants
SNE and Its Relationships with Other                                                                                at the national level has become too competitive.
                                                           experiential setting.
Organizations                                                                                                       Join New Orleans’ own, Dr. Mark B. Stahl, to learn
How can SNE balance our values of sustainability                                                                    how to search for and obtain alternative funding
                                                           Speakers: Sue W. Chapman, EdD,
and health with the need to attract support from                                                                    from private, non-profit and non-competitive
                                                           University of Georgia; Sharon Gibson, MS, University
outside organizations? Bring your opinions and                                                                      funding opportunities for small community projects,
                                                           of Georgia
listening skills to this interactive World Café session.                                                            curriculum development, and participatory action
We will explore issues related to partnerships,                                                                     research. Participants in this student-led session
corporate memberships, and sponsorship of annual                                                                    will engage in a writing activity and take home a
session activities. The more diverse the opinions, the     MONDAy, JuLy 13                                          detailed reference workbook which provides more
better! Come be a part of this collaborative dialogue      9:00 – 10:30 a.m.                                        information on requests for proposals, contracts, and
process that will assist the Society as it refines its     Bee Marks Communication Symposium                        grant match.
policy and practice in this important area.                Communicating Healthy Options Down the
                                                           Street and Around the World                              Speakers: Mark B. Stahl, PhD, University of New
Speaker: Kari Bachman, MA, New Mexico State                Food choices are made in the grocery store aisles.       Orleans, Metropolitan College
University Cooperative Extension Service                   How are healthier options being communicated
                                                           here? Evaluate how concepts like good nutrition,
                                                           organic, local/sustainable food, and eating healthy
                                                           on a budget are being addressed. Experts from
                                                           packaged food companies, grocery stores, and
                                                           developers of in-store nutrition rating systems will
                                                           share some of their new initiatives and marketing
                                                           strategies in these areas. Learn how to utilize
                                                           health-focused marketing skills, how communicating
           = Rythms in Research                            healthy eating stretches from the family farm level to
                                                           the global marketplace, and how we can make sure
SNE has identified the following                           healthy options are available to everyone.
sessions as part of a research track.                      Speakers: Theresa Marquez, Organic Valley Family
                                                           of Farms; Jim McBride, Guiding Stars; Nicole Turner-
                                                           Ravana, Strategic Nutrition Communications, LLC
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    MONDAy, JuLy 13 cont.                                    6:00 – 8:00 p.m.                                         Helping Consumers Make Nutrient-Dense
                                                                                                                      Choices: Designing “Tiers” in MyPyramid
                                                             Advocacy Workshop: Building Advocacy Skills
                                                             Cost: $15 - Limited to 50 people                         Translating Dietary Guidelines concepts, such as
    4:00 – 5:30 p.m.                                                                                                  nutrient density and discretionary calories, for
    Engaging Communities, Ensuring Food                      Location: Tulane University School of Public Health,
                                                             (about a 15 minute walk from the hotel)                  consumers can be complicated. This session will
    Security through Farm to School Programs                                                                          introduce an innovative model being developed
                                                             Food and nutrition related policies make a big
    Farm to school programs address community                                                                         to operationalize these concepts. The model uses
                                                             difference in the lives of the people we reach. Come
    food security by supporting a viable local food                                                                   calories from solid fats, alcohol, and added sugars
                                                             to this interactive workshop sponsored by SNE’s
    system. Operational in 2000+ sites in 39 states,                                                                  (SoFAAS), which are determined for foods within
                                                             Advisory Committee on Public Policy (ACPP) for an
    farm to school programs facilitate cross-sectoral                                                                 each MyPyramid food group. Foods are assigned to
                                                             update on what’s happening in food and nutrition
    partnerships in the community. This seminar will                                                                  a “tier” within MyPyramid, based on their SoFAAS
                                                             legislation and how nutrition educators can be more
    provide information and hands-on guidance on:                                                                     content. Application of this tool in educational
                                                             influential. Learn how the legislative process really
    benefits of farm to school as a broader community                                                                 programs may help consumers make more nutrient-
                                                             works and the best ways to reach legislators and
    food security effort; strategies for working                                                                      dense food choices. Participants will have the unique
                                                             other stakeholders. Practice how to translate your
    with food service and farmers to develop and                                                                      opportunity to provide their ideas and input through
                                                             concerns into messages that resonate with those
    sustain partnerships; tools to engage parents                                                                     interactive discussion.
                                                             you want to influence. The session will feature local
    and community members; tactics for addressing
                                                             advocates and a discussion of food policy councils.
    transportation, distribution, and marketing; action                                                               Speakers: Trish Britten, PhD, CNPP-USDA; Shelly
    planning tools; and identifying farm to school           Space is limited, ticket required.
                                                                                                                      Goldberg, MPH, RD, International Food Information
    resources.                                                                                                        Council
                                                             7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
    Speakers: Tegan Hagy, BA, The Food Trust; Dana           Strategies to Create Global Food Security-
                                                             Film and Open Discussion                                 Industry Collaborations Promoting Child
    Hudson, MS, Vermont Food Education Every Day
    (VT FEED); Anupama Joshi, MS, Center for Food &          Silent Killer- The Unfinished Campaign Against           Wellness
    Justice, UEPI, Occidental College                        Hunger is a documentary film that highlights             This session will provide an overview of Shaping
                                                             promising attempts in Africa, and in South and           America’s Youth (SAY), a nationwide public and
                                                             Central America, to end world hunger. The film will      private initiative created to identify and centralize
    Creating a New Conversation about Health
                                                             be followed by an open discussion with individuals       information on what is being done across American
    and Wellness: Helping People Live Well with                                                                       society to reverse the rapidly increasing prevalence
    Nutrient-Rich Foods                                      who are either from developing countries or have
                                                             worked in areas of the world outside the United          of childhood obesity. Specific examples of industry
    Americans have been told how to eat by learning                                                                   collaborations will be showcased by The Alliance for
    what not to eat, but this advice hasn’t been             States that suffer from food insecurity. There will be
                                                             an opportunity for sharing of personal experiences       a Healthier Generation, which has partnered with
    effective as Americans are more overweight and                                                                    the American Heart Association and leaders in the
    undernourished than ever. Speakers will share how        and discussion of the role of nutrition educators in
                                                             promoting global food security.                          food industry with a commitment to actively support
    there is a compelling scientific basis for following                                                              initiatives that will help children develop lifelong
    a positive, total diet approach and that selecting                                                                healthy habits. The session will conclude with The
    nutrient-rich foods from the five basic MyPyramid                                                                 School Beverage Guidelines Progress Report
    food groups allows Americans to get the nutrients
    they need, while establishing life-long healthy          TuESDAy, JuLy 14                                         (2006-2007), which has tracked the success of the
                                                                                                                      landmark agreement between the beverage industry
    eating habits. This session will address key findings    9:00 – 10:45 a.m.                                        and the Alliance.
    from the Naturally Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition’s       SNE Annual Business Meeting
    consumer research conducted in 2008 and 2009.                                                                     Speakers: Laura Hatch, Alliance for a Healthier
    This session will also provide a more in depth look at   10:45 – 11:45 a.m.                                       Generation; David McCarron, MD, Academic
    how the NRF Educational Tool was developed based         Moving Beyond French Fries and Chicken                   Network; Maureen Storey, PhD, American Beverage
    on a consumer-driven approach.                           Fingers: Nutrition Resources to Improve the              Association
                                                             Eating Habits of Preschoolers
    Speakers: Jill Nicholls, PhD, National Dairy Council;
    Michele Tuttle, MPH, RD, Tuttle Communications;
                                                             This dynamic and interactive session will explore        12:45 – 2:15 p.m.
                                                             ways to help mothers of preschoolers encourage the       Poster Abstract Presentations
    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD, Nutrition                  development of healthy eating habits among their 2-
    Consultant                                               to 5-year-old children. Learn about the development
                                                             of seven new nutrition messages designed
                                                                                                                      1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
    Early Reports from the uSDA Demonstration                                                                         Oral Abstract Presentations
                                                             specifically for low-income mothers participating in
    Project on Local Wellness Policies                       federal nutrition assistance programs. Hear what
    Local Wellness Policies (LWP) are mandatory for          mothers told us in 12 focus groups conducted             2:20 – 3:20 p.m.
    school districts that participate in the federally       with this important target audience across the           Food Insecurity Issues in Aging Population:
    funded child nutrition programs. These policies focus    country. Get an in-depth look at new MyPyramid           Individual to Environment
    on providing school environments and curricula that      for Preschooler Fact Sheets. Participate in creative     The session will address three major areas that
    improve student health and reduce childhood obesity.     discussions focused on using these tools in program      are important to the health of older adults: (i)
    This session will be the first national discussion on    settings and discover how to maximize your existing      Nutritional and fluid requirement of older adults, (ii)
    the school food environment, nutrition education and     efforts using these new resources.                       Associations between food insecurity and nutrition,
    physical activity components of the LWP examined                                                                  health, and functionality in older adults, and (iii)
    by the Team Nutrition (USDA) Demonstration               Speakers: Alicia White, MS, RD, USDA Food and            Food access in rural areas and its impact on older
    Project. The session will emphasize what the LWP         Nutrition Service; Judy Wilson, MSPH, RD, USDA           adults living in rural areas. The session will highlight
    project has learned to date about LWP development        Food and Nutrition Service                               possible solutions and programs available to
    and implementation and how lessons from the                                                                       increase food security among older adults.
    project can inform sustainable improvements in
    student health and learning.                                                                                      Speakers: Ann Grandjean, EdD, The Center for
                                                                                                                      Human Nutrition; Jean L. Lloyd, MS, US Department
    Speakers: Elaine McDonnell, MS, RD, Pennsylvania                                                                  of Health and Human Services Administration on
    State University; Gail Woodward-Lopez, MPH,                                                                       Aging; Joseph R. Sharkey, PhD, MPH, RD, Texas
    University of California-Berkeley                                                                                 A&M Health Science Center




               = Rythms in Research
    SNE has identified the following
    sessions as part of a research track.


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Food Security in Disaster Situations: What
Clients Need to Know                                     Special Conference Offerings
In times of natural or manmade disaster, access to
safe and adequate food becomes a primary issue.
Will you and your clients be ready? This session
explores that need, ways of integrating information      Pre-conference Workshop                                     Student & young
into your usual messages, and resources that may
be helpful. Learn of an example curriculum in food       Saturday, July 11                                           Professional Social Event
safety in disaster situations.                           8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.                                       Sunday, July 12
                                                         FNEE Workshop: Cooperative Extension and                    7:30 p.m.
Speaker: Martha Barclay, PhD, RD, LD, Western            Technology: Partners for the Future                         Join your fellow students and young professionals at
Illinois University                                      Cost: $95                                                   this social event. Connect, network and mingle with
                                                         Technology is becoming an indispensable tool for            other students and young professionals from all over
Smart Menu/La Salud Tiene Sabor: Culturally              Extension education. The FNEE Division offers               the world. This is an opportunity to relax, have some
Relevant Menu Labeling in South Los                      this interactive workshop on how technology can             fun and enjoy the conference. Facebook seach: SNE
Angeles                                                  enhance our effectiveness. Learn how you can take           Student Members.
The Smart Menu/La Salud Tiene Sabor session              advantage of extension’s resources and network of
highlights how an eclectic collaboration of health,      potential colleagues across the nation; learn how to
public policy and business stakeholders, successfully    develop your own podcasts and websites to reach             Members Showcase
implemented a menu labeling project in South Los         your clients with nutrition messages; and learn about       Monday, July 13
Angeles, and consequently impacted community             the opportunities and challenges of using online            10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
health through nutrition education, and menu             professional development to build the capacity of           Cost: $75
modification of traditional meals. Also discuss the      nutrition educators to address critical nutrition issues    The Members’ Showcase is a cooperative exhibit of
aspects of relationship and trust building with a        such as childhood obesity.                                  educational materials or other goods produced by
diverse group of business owners, and how Smart                                                                      individual SNE members. Please go to www.sne.org
Menu was successfully implemented with a correct         Speakers: Rhonda Conlon, MS, North Carolina                 to fill out the appropriate forms to participate in the
mix of innovation, education, and marketing despite      State University; Michael Lambur, PhD, Virginia             Members Showcase. Prior registration is required.
multiple barriers.                                       Tech; Kathleen T. Morgan, PhD, Rutgers University;
                                                         Christina Stark, MS, RD,CDN, Cornell University
Speakers: Raul Morales, Chef, Taquería Vista                                                                         Post-conference
Hermosa; Pri de Silva, MSW, Los Angeles County
Department of Public Health, Healthy Eating Active       Volunteer Opportunity                                       Workshops
Communities South Los Angeles                            Saturday, July 11                                           Wednesday, July 15
                                                         8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                                      8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.                                                                                                     Positive Programs for Preventing
Public Policy Plenary: Child Nutrition                   Second Harvest Food Bank
                                                         Cost: Free                                                  Obesity and Related Problems in Children,
Reauthorization 2009—Advancing Nutrition                                                                             Tweens and Teens tentative
                                                         Due to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, thousands of
Education and Promotion in Schools by                                                                                Cost: $75, $60 for students
                                                         people in the hurricane-affected areas have lost
Building Collaborations                                  their homes, jobs, means of transportation or all           Can we improve health, and avoid increased weight
Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2009 is an               of the above. Since Katrina made landfall, Second           gain, or eating disorders in our children and youth?
opportunity to advance nutrition education and           Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and                This workshop features four programs planned with
promotion efforts in child nutrition programs.           Acadiana has distributed over 82 million pounds of          this objective in mind. The featured programs are
Session participants will: 1) Learn about SNE’s          food and supplies to people in need in the hurricane-       (a) Body Positive (Berkeley, CA), (b) Healthy Body
efforts to promote Team Nutrition Networks in            affected areas. BUT WE CAN’T DO IT ALONE. We                Image (St. Paul, MN), (c) Full of Ourselves (Harvard
schools; 2) Understand the development and               need YOUR help. Volunteers will be sorting and              Medical School), and (d) Everybody’s Different
role of the National Alliance for Nutrition and          packaging donated food items and also checking              (Sydney, Australia). All are different, and all are
Activity (NANA) as it relates to Child Nutrition         their expiration dates before the needed items are          effective. Each presenter will give a description of
Reauthorization and how SNE partners with                distributed to the affected families.                       her program, highlight at least one activity, and focus
this Alliance; 3) Hear the views of education            Note: Close-toed shoes required. Space is limited,          on the strengths of her approach. All will discuss
stakeholders on nutrition education and promotion in     ticket required.                                            how their program can be or has been adapted to
schools; 4) Find out about collaboration and coalition                                                               non-school settings. Presentation of this workshop
building strategies that can be used to partner with                                                                 is dependent upon a pending grant application.
health and non-health allies; and 5) Leave with          Dine Around
specific action-oriented steps on what you can do to                                                                 Speakers: Kathy Kater, LCSW, BodyImageHealth.
impact this critical process.
                                                         Saturday, July 11
                                                                                                                     org; Jennifer O’Dea, MPH, PhD, University of
                                                         7:00 p.m.                                                   Sydney; Elizabeth Scott, LCSW, The Body Positive;
Speakers: Reginald Felton, National School               SNE has done the research on nearby dining options          Lisa Sjostrom, EdM, Harvard Medical School
Boards Association; Marilyn Briggs, RD, MS, SNS,         for you and picked a selection of local favorites. Please
Center for Integrative Nutrition Environments in         go to www.sne.org/conference/optionaltour.htm
School Communities, University of California Davis;      to review the list of available restaurants and             8:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Isobel Contento, PhD, Teachers College, Columbia         make your reservations using our online system.              SNEF Healthy Collaboration College: Nutrition
University; Sheila Fleischhacker, PhD, JD, University    Reservations for these restaurants will not be taken         Labeling in Restaurants and on Menus
of North Carolina Gillings School of Public Health;      onsite. You will be given a ticket for your reservation.     Cost: Free for general admission
Tracy Fox, MPH, RD, Food, Nutrition, and Policy          Please be at the restaurant at 7:00 p.m.                     Presentation Fee: SNE/SNEF members are free,
Consultants, LLC; Judy Schure, MS, CDE Nutrition                                                                      Non-members are $3,000
                                                                                                                      It’s time for industry, public and private interests
Unit; Magro Wootan, DSc, Center for Science in the
Public Interest
                                                         Tour                                                         to come together and work toward implementing
                                                         Saturday, July 11                                            meaningful nutrition education solutions. Join
                                                                                                                      SNE and the SNE Foundation in a half-day
                                                         8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                                       Solutions Forum on the topic of Nutrition Labeling
                                                         Hurricane Katrina Tour                                       in Restaurants and on Menus designed to invite
                                                         Join SNE for a look at the lasting effects of                all interested parties to take center stage and
                                                         Hurricane Katrina and how residents are coping               review the problem, the obstacles and the solutions
                                                         with the devastation four years later. Louisiana             available to industry today. Eight, 15 minute
                                                         residents from New Orleans and St. Bernard                   presentation slots are available to both individuals
                                                         parishes and faculty with the LSU AgCenter                   and industry organizations to present the following:
                                                         (Cooperative Extension) will be your tour guides
                                                                                                                     • The Problem/situation
                                                         through neighborhoods such as St. Bernard and
                                                         the Ninth Ward. After the tour you will have a better       • The Options/operational obstacles
                                                         understanding of events pre and post Katrina and            • The Solution, or Current Approach We Have
                                                         the “Rebirth of New Orleans”!                                  Chosen or, Want to Work to Achieve
                                                         Space is limited, ticket required.
                                                                                                                     Interested in participating? Contact the SNE
                                                                                                                     Office for more details.
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    Ancilliary Meetings Schedule

    SATuRDAy, JuLy 11
    2:45 – 5:30 p.m.
    SNE Leadership Workshop
                                                     SNE 2009 Conference Sponsors
    SuNDAy, JuLy 12
    7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
    JNEB Committee
    Nominating Committee
    Nutrition Education for Children Division
    12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
    ACPP Committee
    12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
    EFNEP Coordinators                               OTHER SuPPORT
    5:30 – 7:00 p.m.                                 American Beverage Association
    Healthy Aging Division
    Division of Sustainable Food Systems
    Weight Realities Division
    5:30 p.m.
    Past President’s Meeting and Dinner
                                                     Accreditation
    7:30 p.m.
    Student and Young Professional Social           The Society for Nutrition Education will partner with several organizations to provide
                                                    continuing education credits. Those groups are:
    MONDAy, JuLy 13                                 • The Commission on Dietetic Registration – Continuing Professional Education hours;
    7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
    Communications Division                         • The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences – Professional
    JNEB and Elsevier Meeting                         Development hours;
    Social Marketing Division
                                                    • The School Nutrition Association – Continuing Education Units; and
    12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
    JNEB Editor’s Luncheon                          • National Commission for Health Education Credentialing – Application has been
                                                      made for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) Category I Continuing Education
    12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
                                                      Contact Hours (CECH).
    SNEF Board of Trustees
    Membership Committee                            Complete details of the number of hours available for each organization will be included in
    Division of Higher Education                    the onsite conference program.
    Public Health Nutrition Division
    5:30 – 7:00 p.m.                                Join and Save
    FNEE Division                                   The earlier you register, the more you SAVE! For just $474 (early bird rate), you will receive
                                                    your first year’s membership dues at the discounted rate of $100 plus a full conference
    TuESDAy, JuLy 14                                registration. You will also get a coupon for a $25 discount on your second year of
    7:30 – 9:00 a.m.                                membership. The regular/onsite Join and Save rate is $524. Don’t delay, join early!
    Nutrition Education with Industry Division      This opportunity available only to new members.
    2010 Annual Conference Planning
    9:00 – 10:45 a.m.                               Cancellation Policy
    SNE Annual Business Meeting
                                                    Conference registrations submitted in writing no later than June 15, 2009 are
    11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.                          refundable subject to a $50 processing fee. Cancellations received after June 15, 2009
    Development Committee                           are not refundable.
    Division of International Nutrition Education
    ACPP Open Meeting                               Every effort is made to prevent duplication. If you received more than one copy of this
                                                    document, please share with a colleague and invite them to attend our conference.




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  Registration Form                                                                   Save time! Register online at SNE.org!

JuLy 11 – 15, 2009 SHERATON NEW ORLEANS
Please complete this form and return it with payment to the SNE Office at 9100 Purdue Road., Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46268 or fax to
317-280-8527 (faxes require credit card payments). Incomplete or registration forms without payment will not be processed. A confirmation
will be emailed to you for registrations received by June 1, 2009. Receipts for registrations received after June 15, 2009 will be included in your
on-site registration packet.

Please print clearly in black ink or type. Copy this form for additional registrants.

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Mailing Address (used for registration confirmation and promotion)

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Street Address

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Daytime Telephone               Fax                             *E-mail required (all confirmations will be sent via email)

Registration Fees (check one):
                                                                        by 6/1/09              after 6/1/09             Volunteer:
 Full Conference SNE Member (Sat. p.m. – Tuesday)               $329            $379                                   ‰‰Yes, I’d like to volunteer at the
 Full Conference Non-member (Sat. p.m. – Tuesday)               $459            $509                                     meeting. Please have someone
 Conference SNE Student Member (Sat. p.m. – Tuesday)            $169            $219                                     contact me to discuss volunteer
 Conference Student Non-member (Sat. p.m. – Tuesday)            $239            $289                                     options.
 One-Day Member: __ Sunday __ Monday __ Tuesday                 $190            $240
 One-Day Non-member: __ Sunday __ Monday __ Tuesday             $245            $295                                   Special Items to Complete
   Best Deal! Join SNE and Save (only applicable to new membership)                                                     ‰‰Check here if you require special
 Full Conference + New membership                               $474            $524                                     accommodations to fully participate
  (Please also submit a completed membership application)                                                                 in this meeting. Be sure to include
                                            Registration Subtotal$_________________________                               a written description of your needs
                                                                                                                          with your registration. An SNE
Additional Fees and Options: Tickets are REQUIRED for these events. Tickets will be                                       representative will contact you.
distributed on a first-come, first-served basis by date of registration. To ensure participation in events              ‰‰Check here if you are a new
listed below, indicate which events you plan to attend. On-site availability cannot be guaranteed.                        member of SNE (joined since
 FNEE Workshop - Includes breakfast and lunch - Saturday                                      $95                        August 2008).
 Second Harvest Food Bank - Space is limited - Saturday                                       No Charge                ‰‰This is my first time attending an
 Hurricane Katrina Tour - Space is limited - Saturday                                         $30                        SNE conference.
 Hunger 4 a Month: Missouri Community Action Poverty Simulation - Sunday                      No Charge
 JNEB Workshop - Sunday                                                                       No Charge
 Advocacy Workshop: Building Advocacy Skills - Monday                                         $15                      MAIL TO:
 Members Only Showcase - Monday                                                               $75                      9100 Purdue Road, Suite 200
 Positive Programs for Preventing Obesity and Related Problems in                                                      Indianapolis, IN 46268
  Children, Tweens and Teens - Wednesday - Regular $75, Students $60                           __________               FAX: 317-280-8527
 SNEF Healthy Collaboration College - Wednesday
   General Admission                                                                          No Charge                Questions: 800-235-6690 or
   SNE/SNEF Member Presentations                                                              No Charge                317-328-4627 or info@sne.org
   Non-member Presentations                                                                   $3000
                                                                        Additional Fees:       $_________
Method of Payment                                                       Total Due:             $_________
Completed registrations must be accompanied by the correct
payment or a purchase order. Please make checks payable
to the Society for Nutrition Education. Incomplete registration
materials will not be processed. All cancellations must be              ________________________________________________________________________________________________
received in writing by June 1, 2009 and are subject to                  Card number                                             Exp. Date
a $50 processing fee.
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 Check enclosed  MasterCard  Visa  American Express                 Signature of card holder                     Zip Code:
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    Society for Nutrition Education
    9100 Purdue Road, Suite 200
    Indianapolis, IN 46268
    Toll Free: (800) 235-6690
    Telephone: (317) 328-4627
    Fax: (317) 280-8527
    Email: info@sne.org
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