2018 Sports Nutrition Conference: 'Fueling Practice and Play'

Friday, October 12, 2018 - 7:30am to 5:00pm

Join dietitians, coaches, researchers, athletes, and educators at the University of Arizona's Tucson campus for a unique opportunity to dive into the growing field of sports nutrition.

The 2018 Sports Nutrition Conference will balance cutting-edge research with hands-on workshops on topics, ranging from the role of body composition in athletic performance to spotting and treating eating disorders, to meal planning strategies for athletes. Conference speakers include U.S. Olympic Committee Senior Sport Dietitian Alicia Kendig, Monica Laudermilk and Amanda Carlson-Phillips, researchers with human performance company EXOS, and Victory Program Director Riley Nickols, among others.

In addition to its prestigious speakers, the daylong conference will feature two breakout sessions that offer participants hands-on learning experiences in the kitchen, weight room, and more. Breakout session options include a smoothie workshop in which participants will prepare their own smoothies for pre-workout and post-workout situations; a tour of the Lowell-Stevens Football Facility; and a workshop that dives into the various methods of measuring lean and fat body mass.

Registration is $150 for professionals and $75 for students (limited scholarships may be available) and can be completed on the conference website, linked below.

The Commission on Dietetic Registration, the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Credentialing Center, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association have approved this program for continuing education units. Please visit the conference website for details.

For more information about the 2018 Sports Nutrition Conference, including a full agenda, a list of speakers and workshops, and registration information, visit the conference website.

$150 professional / $75 student (scholarships available)
Main Campus
Locations vary (see website for more information)
Tucson, AZ
United States
contact info & links
Contact Person: 
Chris Ussery
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Requests for disability-related accommodations should be directed to the event's primary contact, Chris Ussery.