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    FSA Announces Name Changehe International Board of Direc-s of the American Correctionalod Service Association has an-unced the formal adoption of a newme for the ACFSA. The new namethe Association of Correctionalod Service Affiliates.


    IH State of the Science Con-enceay 15-17, 2006, National Insti-

    es of Health (NIH) Campus, Be-sda, MD. The Office of Dietarypplements and the Office of Medi-Applications of Research of thetional Institutes of Health will con-e a State-of-the-Science Confer-

    ce on Multivitamin/Mineral Supple-nts and Chronic Disease Preventiont will bring together leading expertsassess the most current scientific ev-nce on multivitamin/mineral sup-ment use and outcomes for chronic

    DA CALENDAR006 Food & Nutritiononference & Expo

    eptember 16-19, Honolulu, HIe assocthe Accreditation Council for Con-uing Medical Education to providetinuing medical education for phy-ians for this conference. For moreormation, visit www.consensus.nih..ietary Supplement Confer-ceeptember 16-19, 2006, Royal Son-a Hotel Boston, Cambridge, MA.e Council for Responsible Nutri-n (CRN) announces its 2006 an-al symposium on dietary supple-ntsThe Conference 2006. Thenference will feature a complementissue-oriented regulatory, scien-c, and business-building sessionsbined with networking opportuni-

    s for dietary supplement leadersd managers. Special registrationes will be available to CRN mem-rs and the nightly group rate at theyal Sonesta Hotel Boston will beered to all attendees until the roomck is full. Early registration is en-raged. For more information aboute Conference 2006 and other upcom-CRN educational programs, pleaseit For in-mation on the Royal Sonesta Ho-Boston, please visit



    ller elected HFM Presidentary Angela Miller, MS, RD, FADA,

    s been elected president of the Na-nal Society for Healthcare Foodser-e Management (HFM) for 2007-08. Miller is director of nutrition andtetics at Ohio State University Hos-al in Columbus as well as an estab-ed leader in the health care foodser-e industry. Miller has been activelyolved with HFM for a decade, hav-served two 2-year terms on the

    ard of Directors, leading the Net-rking Team, participating in thenchmarking and Education Teams,iationPEOPLE & EVENTSo the incoming state president forOhio Dietetic Association.


    yce Elaine (Grant) Swanson,, November 2005, was a memberthe American Dietetic Association30 years. She received her Bache-of Science degree in Foods andtrition from the University ofnnesota in 1972 and completed aiversity of Minnesota Hospital in-nship in 1973. Swanson worked aslinical dietitian at the UniversityMinnesota Hospital from 1973-81. From 1981 to 2005, she workeda research dietitian in the General

    eadline for submitting materialr the People and Events sectionthe first of the month, 3 months

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    ell Us Your Issue . . .e care about the concerns of ADAembers and want to hear fromou. There are four easy ways toubmit your issues: 312/899-4790.Phone 800/877-1600 ext 5000.Contact your delegate.

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    t ourselvesd their new poll everyals Web siterg) relating tohe Journal andbmitting your of the polls learn more views of theurnals Webll.nical Research Center at the Uni-sity of Minnesota Medical School.drienne J. Weisberger, RD,nuary 2006, was active in theerican Dietetic Association, then Francisco Professional Food Soci-, and Home Economists in Busi-ss. After graduating from Indianaiversity, she went on to consult incommercial development of new

    ds for various companies and alsorted her own business, NutriPar,ich performed computerized anal-s of foods for labeling and recipevelopment for a number of compa-s.ildred Nicholls Randall, PhD,, February 2006, was a professor

    Public Health Nutrition at Rutgersiversity and then American Uni-sity for more than 20 years. Ran-ll served on the Commission tonitor the Sale of Breast Milk Sub-tutes in Third World Countries ands a longtime member of the Amer-n Red Cross, Iona Senior Services,d the American Dietetic Associa-n.haron Hinson Davis, PhD,, February 2006, retired from

    e Central Arkansas Veteransalthcare System in May 2002,ving guided over 400 dietetic in-ns through foodservice manage-nt over a 30-year career with the. Davis received her undergradu-degree from Harding University,

    r dietetic internship at St Louisiversity, her first masters degreethe University of Missouri-Co-bia, and her second masters de-e and her doctorate of educationm the University of Arkansas-yetteville. She served the Ameri-n Dietetic Association in severaldership roles in the ADA DivisionAccreditation, including being amber of the Committee on Edu-tion Standards. She also servedthe ADA Nominating Committeed was President, Delegate (twoms), Treasurer, Parliamentarian,d Chair of the Council on Educa-n for the Arkansas Dietetic Asso-tion.