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2016 SNEB Conference Posters & Presentations

Faculty, staff, and students presented new research at the 2016 Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference, July 30-August 2. 

The annual Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference will be held in San Diego, CA from July 30-August 2. The Center's Claire Uno and Ali Hard will be leading a session with their collegues, "Make Real Change: Nutrition Educators as Advocates," which will highlight important nutrition policy issues and simple ways to get involved at the federal level. Check out the research projects our staff and students are presenting this year on the posters below. 

Assessing Retail Food Environment Surrounding NYC Elementary Schools

Comparison of School Lunch Vegetable Subgroup Consumption

Consumption of School Lunch Cut Fruit and Whole Fruit Consumption

Examining the Relationship Between Physical Activity Levels and Social Behaviors

Pedagogical and Pragmatic Considerations for Afterschool Nutrition Ed Programs

Investigating Students' Understanding and Application of Food Rules

Neighborhood Environment, Cognitive Mediators, and Fast Food Consumption

Pedagogical and Pragmatic Considerations for Afterschool Nutrition Ed Programs

Recess or Lunch First?

 

Published Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016

2016 SNEB Conference Posters & Presentations

The annual Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference will be held in San Diego, CA from July 30-August 2. The Center's Claire Uno and Ali Hard will be leading a session with their collegues, "Make Real Change: Nutrition Educators as Advocates," which will highlight important nutrition policy issues and simple ways to get involved at the federal level. Check out the research projects our staff and students are presenting this year on the posters below. 

Assessing Retail Food Environment Surrounding NYC Elementary Schools

Comparison of School Lunch Vegetable Subgroup Consumption

Consumption of School Lunch Cut Fruit and Whole Fruit Consumption

Examining the Relationship Between Physical Activity Levels and Social Behaviors

Pedagogical and Pragmatic Considerations for Afterschool Nutrition Ed Programs

Investigating Students' Understanding and Application of Food Rules

Neighborhood Environment, Cognitive Mediators, and Fast Food Consumption

Pedagogical and Pragmatic Considerations for Afterschool Nutrition Ed Programs

Recess or Lunch First?

 

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