In this course, learn valuable insights and practical tips for applying the principles of behavioral economics and persuasion to school meal programs to meet USDA requirements and encourage healthy food choices and consumption among children.
David Just, PhD, Co-Director, Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs, Associate Director of Graduate Studies, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University
Zena Edwards, MS, RD, Associate Professor in Food Safety & Nutrition at Washington State University, Thurston County Extension
Natalie Tauzin, MPH, RD, Healthy Communities Specialist, Health Promotion, Spokane Regional Health District
Kai Swan, Project Coordinator, Smarter Lunchrooms Design Shaw Middle School, Spokane Regional Health District