Association supports next generation of nutrition scientists, practitioners

NOVEMBER 22, 2021

CRN supports next generation of nutrition scientists, practitioners

“CRN is helping create the next generation of nutrition scientists and practitioners,” said CRN’s Andrea Wong, Ph.D. The association recently announced recipients of the CRN and American Society for Nutrition Foundation (ASNF) Scholars Program (CASP) Award, which provides ASN student members access to CRN’s Science in Session. The 2021 CASP awardees are:

Why it matters: “Populations worldwide need accessible, science-backed guidance about health and wellness, and these students will be equipped to provide it,” said Dr. Wong. Hear directly from the 2021 CASP award recipients here.

Committed to the future: Since 2008, CRN has also provided ASNF with annual education awards for nutrition researchers through the Mary Swartz Rose Awards.

CRN communications committee to revamp ahead of 2022—respond to member survey by Nov. 24

How we can enhance our activities to bring you more value? CRN’s Communications & Media Outreach Committee (CMOC) is reinvigorating the committee in 2022 and is seeking input from both existing committee members and those interested from the broader CRN membership. Respond to our survey by this Wednesday, Nov. 24.

Catch up with CMOC: The committee held a virtual meeting on Nov. 2 to share updates on CRN staff transitions, the Vitamin D & Me! consumer education initiative, and more. See the full recap here.

Show us what you got: Record a video sharing your reflections on your participation in CRN's committees, subcommittees, working groups, task forces, and forums. Showcase your company while helping CRN build our community and make your groups even stronger and more robust.