Conferences, Events and CEU’s
Listed below are upcoming events to help Dietitians get their required CEU’s. For more information on what is required for portfolio review by the Commission of Dietetic Practice, click on the CDR link below.
Conferences & Expos
2023 NDAND 'Nourishing Health' Nutrition Symposium & Expo
Our 2023 'Nourishing Health' Symposium & Expo was held virtually March 7th and 8th, 2023! See the event page for details!
2022 NDAND 'Nourishing Health' Nutrition Symposium & Expo
Our 2022 'Nourishing Health' Symposium & Expo was held virtually March 8th and 9th, 2022! See the event page for details!
FREE Webinar from Soybean Council & The Soyfood Council!
Science Supports the Benefits & Safety of Soyfoods and Ways to Incorporate Soy into Everyday Meals
NDAND is excited to present a learning opportunity brought to you by our 2022-23 Annual GOLD Sponsors – ND Soybean Council & The Soyfoods Council! (no CEU credits)
Presented by Linda Funk and Dr. Mark Messina, PhD
Webinar Recording: *coming soon*
Mapo Tofu with Ground Pork OR Soy Crumbles
Tofu Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart
NDSU Extension – Field to Fork
2023 ‘Field to Fork” weekly webinars
Topics that will be covered are:
- February 15: Well-Designed Flowerbeds Can Increase Vegetable and Fruit Yields – Don Kinzler, Extension agent, horticulture, NDSU Extension – Cass County.
- February 22: New and Promising Vegetable Varieties – Tom Kalb, Extension horticulturist, NDSU.
- March 1: Keep Your Produce Safe From Home to Market – Shannon Coleman, associate professor and Extension food safety specialist, Iowa State University.
- March 8: What Gardeners Should Know About Pesticides – Andrew Thostenson, Extension pesticide safety specialist, NDSU.
- March 15: Safely Using a Steam Canner to Preserve the Bounty of the Harvest – Barbara Ingham, professor and Extension food safety specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- March 22: On the Pulse of Healthful Eating: From Vegetables to Dry Beans – Julie Garden-Robinson, professor and Extension food and nutrition specialist, NDSU.
- March 29: Food Safety Considerations in Organic Produce – Londa Nwadike, associate professor, Kansas State University and University of Missouri.
- April 5: Recognizing Common Tomato Problems and Emerging Diseases in Outdoor and Protected Environments – Esther McGinnis, associate professor and horticulture specialist, NDSU.
- April 12: From Freezing to Canning: The Role of Temperature in Preserving Food – Karen Blakeslee, Extension associate, Kansas State University.
- April 19: Common Insect Pests of Vegetable Gardens – Janet Knodel, professor and Extension entomologist, NDSU.
- April 26: What Does Time Temperature Control Mean for Food Processors/Entrepreneurs? – Byron Chaves-Elizondo, assistant professor and Extension food safety specialist, University of Nebraska – Lincoln.
Other CEUs & Resources!
The Academy offers regular opportunities for CEUs; please check back regularly for updates.
CDR offers regular opportunities for CEUs; please check back regularly for updates.
N&D 590: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NUTRITION & DIETETICS
The department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of North Dakota is offering a unique online course this spring to help nutrition professionals build their own business! This is a graduate level course that offers a fun and exciting way to develop a professional nutrition practice and earn CEUs. For anyone interested in more details on applying and enrolling in this course can contact the program director Anne Bodensteiner: email@example.com.