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Tisch Food Center to Present Nutrition Education Workshop at Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference

The Tisch Food Center is presenting "Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk: Understanding and Engaging Teachers in Nutrition Education" at this year's Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference held on July 25-28th in Pittsburgh, PA.

Presenters include Executive Director Dr. Pam Koch, Faculty Director Dr. Isobel Contento, recent doctoral graduates (May 2015) Dr. Marissa Burgermaster and Dr. Kate Gardner, along with colleagues and Teachers College, Columbia University alumnae Dr. Dalia Majumdar and Dr. Kathleen Porter. 

Participants will learn about the latest research on conducting socio-culturally relevant and behaviorally focused nutrition education in schools. Through a series of interactive presentations and facilitated group discussions, participants will develop and refine action plans to optimize how school-based nutrition education is planned, implemented, and evaluated in their research and practice.

In addition to "Walk the Walk and Talk the Talk: Understanding and Engaging Teachers in Nutrition Education," SNEB conference attendees can find the Tisch Food Center presenting many research posters, including:

For more details and to register for the SNEB conference, visit http://www.sneb.org/events/conference.html

Published Monday, Jul. 6, 2015

Tisch Food Center to Present Nutrition Education Workshop at Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference

Presenters include Executive Director Dr. Pam Koch, Faculty Director Dr. Isobel Contento, recent doctoral graduates (May 2015) Dr. Marissa Burgermaster and Dr. Kate Gardner, along with colleagues and Teachers College, Columbia University alumnae Dr. Dalia Majumdar and Dr. Kathleen Porter. 

Participants will learn about the latest research on conducting socio-culturally relevant and behaviorally focused nutrition education in schools. Through a series of interactive presentations and facilitated group discussions, participants will develop and refine action plans to optimize how school-based nutrition education is planned, implemented, and evaluated in their research and practice.

In addition to "Walk the Walk and Talk the Talk: Understanding and Engaging Teachers in Nutrition Education," SNEB conference attendees can find the Tisch Food Center presenting many research posters, including:

For more details and to register for the SNEB conference, visit http://www.sneb.org/events/conference.html

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