January 2011 People & Events
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Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, hasbeen honored with the American So-ciety for Nutritions 2011 Science Me-dia Award. The award is given for
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of December 31, 2010, the Ameri-Dietetic Association positions,
ood and Nutritional Professionalsn Implement Practices to Conservetural Resources and Protect thevironment (J Am Diet Assoc.07;107:1033-1043) and Food andtrition Misinformation (J Am Dietsoc. 2006;106:601-607), are noger designated as positions of theerican Dietetic Association. The
sociation Positions Committee willvelop these papers into practice pa-rs. Any questions may be directedDonna L. Wickstrom, MS, RD, ADAadquarters, 800/877-1600, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org.
mbers often inquire about donat-their old Journals to a good cause,
t dont know where to start. Theb site for the Health Sciences Li-ry at the University of Buffalo pro-es a list of organizations that ac-t donations of old journals andistribute them to developing coun-
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DA CALENDAR011 ADA Food & Nutritiononference & Expoeptember 24-27, 2011;an Diego, CAe assocm MEDLINE, life science journals,d online books. Citations may in-de links to full-text content frombMed Central and publisher Webes. This e-learning self-study in-des Web links to the PubMed page,
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M Elects Three Dietetics Prac-ioners as New Memberst its 40th annual meeting, the In-
tutes of Medicine (IOM) announcednew members, and three dieteticsctitioners were among them: Su-ne P. Murphy, PhD, RD, profes-and director, Nutrition Support
ared Resource, Cancer Researchnter of Hawaii, University of Ha-ii, Honolulu; Mary Story, PhD, RD,fessor, Division of Epidemiology
d Community Health, and associ-dean of student affairs, School of
blic Health, University of Minne-a, Minneapolis; and Connie M.aver, PhD, distinguished professor
d head, Department of Foods andtrition, Purdue University, Westfayette, IN. Election to the IOM issidered one of the highest honorsthe fields of health and medicined recognizes individuals who have
onstrated outstanding professionalievement and commitment to ser-
e. New members are elected byrrent active members through ahly selective process that recog-es individuals who have made ma-contributions to the advancement
the medical sciences, health care,d public health.
A Member wins Science Media AwardiationPEOPLE & EVENTSorting for a general audience overlast year. The award honors Zel-
n for her achievements in the nu-tion science media and also recog-es her efforts in fostering theblics understanding and apprecia-n of current nutrition issues basedscience.
acek Wins Simko Award
the 2010 Food & Nutrition Confer-ce & Expo (FNCE) in Boston, MA,nya M. Horacek, PhD, RD, wasmed this years winner of ADAsrgaret Dullea Simko Memorialard for Excellence at a Clinical
ster Session. This award is given to
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178 January 2011 Volume 111 Number 1ognize quality poster sessions atCE and encourage high-qualityter session admissions in the future.nded by friends and colleagues ofrgaret D. Simko. Ashlee H. Schochs named runner-up for the award.
ances Selzer Talbert, RD, Octo-r 2010, was one of the foundingmbers of the Mississippi Dieteticsociation. She began her career asietitian after graduating from St
therines College in St Paul, MN.ring World War II, Talbert wasmissioned as a lieutenant in the
my Air Corps, and for her servicee was the first female inducted into
Oxford, MS, American Legionst. She later became the foundingtitian at the North Mississippi Re-nal Center, where she worked un-her retirement.
RATUMthe article Development of the
10 US Dietary Guidelines Advisorymmittee Report: Perspectives fromegistered Dietitian in the Novem-
r 2010 issue of the Journal of theerican Dietetic Association, refer-
ce 10 on page 1645 was mistakenlyted as: US Department of Healthd Human Services, and US Depart-nt of Agriculture (HHS, USDA).
etary Guidelines for Americans,edition. Washington, DC: US
vernment Printing Office; 2010.ference 10 should read as: US De-rtment of Health and Human Ser-es, US Department of Agriculture.port of the Dietary Guidelines Ad-ory Committee on the Dietaryidelines for Americans, 2010. Wash-ton, DC: Agricultural Researchrvice; 2010.