The goal of the Joanne Ikeda Memorial Student Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a student to attend the SNEB Annual Conference. Joanne Ikeda was an internationally known nutritionist and former SNEB president who passed away in November of 2018. Joanne played a huge role in the development of a new approach to weight management, Health at Every Size® (HAES), which is built on the following five principles:
· Weight Inclusivity: Accept and respect the inherent diversity of body shapes and sizes and reject the idealizing or pathologizing of specific weights.
· Health Enhancement: Support health policies that improve and equalize access to information and services, and personal practices that improve human well-being, including attention to individual physical, economic, social, spiritual, emotional, and other needs.
· Respectful Care: Acknowledge our biases, and work to end weight discrimination, weight stigma, and weight bias. Provide information and services from an understanding that socio-economic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and other identities impact weight stigma, and support environments that address these inequities.
· Eating for Well-being: Promote flexible, individualized eating based on hunger, satiety, nutritional needs, and pleasure, rather than any externally regulated eating plan focused on weight control.
· Life-Enhancing Movement: Support physical activities that allow people of all sizes, abilities, and interests to engage in enjoyable movement, to the degree that they choose.
To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship the applicant must be a Student Member of SNEB.
Student Members are: Individuals who are registered as full-time students or are actively working on a degree at an accredited college or university or are enrolled in a dietetic intern program. Student status must be verified by having a faculty member sign the membership application. Non-members can join at https://www.sneb.org/become-a-member-of-sneb/
All essays will be rated based on the quality of response to the following two questions. The student’s ability to express ideas well and convey information clearly and concisely will also be considered. (500 word max)
· How is your research or work promoting the HAES principles? (This can be expressed by describing work you are already doing or work you are interested in pursuing in the future.)
· How will exposure to conference sessions help you advance your nutrition education career goals?
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT NOTIFICATION AND RECOGNITION
The scholarship recipient will be chosen by June 1 and notified by the Weight Realities Division Chair. The scholarship recipient will be recognized at the Weight Realities Annual Business Meeting and other Annual Conference activities/sessions, and in the Annual Conference Program Booklet.
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT MENTORING
The scholarship recipient will be offered the opportunity to work with a conference mentor. The name and contact information for the mentor will be provided by the Weight Realities Division Chair.
Note: Following the conference, the scholarship recipient will be required to submit a brief recap in the format of an article, video, or blog about your experience at the conference, which will be posted on the Weight Realities Division website.
2019 Food and Nutrition Extension Education (FNEE) Division Student Scholarship Application
The goal of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Food and Nutrition Extension Education Division (FNEE) Student Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to attend the FNEE Pre-Conference and SNEB Annual Conference. To be eligible for this Scholarship the applicant must be a senior undergraduate, graduate or international student enrolled in a United States or international degree program in nutrition, family and consumer sciences, public health, health education, community health or closely related field.
One scholarship will be awarded each year provided that FNEE Division funds are available. The recipient will receive a monetary award to offset conference registration. For the 2019 Conference the scholarship amount is $270.00.
The application form and essay must be submitted by April 19, 2019.
All applications will be rated based on the quality of the responses and the answer to the essay question "How do you plan to apply what you learn at the FNEE Pre-Conference and SNEB Conference to help advance your studies, research and/or professional work in nutrition education?”, along with the candidate’s ability to express ideas and information clearly and concisely. A current Curriculum Vita and Letter of Recommendation from a professor are also required.
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT NOTIFICATION AND RECOGNITION
The scholarship recipient will be chosen by May 3 and notified by the FNEE Scholarship Review Committee Chair. The scholarship recipient will be recognized at the FNEE Annual Business Meeting and other Annual Conference activities/sessions, and in the Annual Conference Program Booklet.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANT MENTORING
The scholarship recipient will be offered the opportunity to work with a conference mentor. The name and contact information for the mentor will be provided by the FNEE Division Representative to the SNEB Mentoring Committee.
Note: Following the conference you will be required to submit a brief recap in the format of an article, video, or blog about your experience which will be posted on the FNEE Division website and printed in the quarterly newsletter.
Resolutions provide a route for members to propose that SNEB adopt a position, take an action, or endorse a policy or principles in a formal manner. The SNEB Bylaws (2.4) state that: Members of the corporation may initiate and submit for a vote by the membership resolutions regarding matters on which the members advocate that the corporation take a position or action or advocate that the corporation establish a policy.
An individual, group of SNEB members, SNEB Division or SNEB committee may submit a resolution for consideration by the membership. SNEB members serving on the Board of Directors or who are a Board Member-Elect will not be eligible to author, or be a signatory on, any resolutions during their terms in office.
Drafters are encouraged to prepare concise, well-organized resolutions. See examples of previous resolutions online. To make a resolution readable and easy to understand, authors may not wish to include every rationale or fact that supports the proposed motion. Authors are welcome to provide longer statements during the comment process, especially if the topic is complex, to help assure that members can make a well-informed judgment about the resolution.
Poster artwork will be published as supplemental material to the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. All artwork must be submitted by June 1, 2019 to meet the publisher's deadline.
We will also highlight these posters on social media throughout the year. If you have a specific image you'd like to feature, please attach that also. The optimum size for a Facebook image is 1200 x 630 pixels. This image upload is optional.