From October 20
th–23 rd, 2018, Student Ambassadors from the Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health (IFNH) attended the world's largest food and nutrition conference sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. More than 11,000 registered dietitian nutritionists, researchers, healthcare professionals, exhibitors and industry leaders were present at the 2018 Food and Nutrition, Conference and Expo (FNCE ®). This year, four Student Ambassadors, Irene Dib, Madeline Holt, Dana Ikeda, and Megan Yuen traveled to Washington, DC to attend the annual conference and present research posters. The Student Ambassadors presented their research, conducted under the supervision of the IFNH Student Ambassador Director, Peggy Policastro, PhD, RDN. Chelsea Cotugno, a dietetic intern and former Student Ambassador also attended FNCE ® to present "Faith in Fats: Assessing College Students' Perception of Meals Containing Saturated, Unsaturated, and No Fats" along with Dana and Megan. Irene presented "Message Me Maybe: Calorie Labeling vs Calorie Saving Messages on Sandwiches", which was honored with an Outstanding Abstract award for receiving the highest scores from FNCE ® abstract reviewers. Dr. Policastro and her students also explored the Expo and sat in on multiple educational sessions that covered various nutrition and health related topics. The IFNH Student Ambassadors had a wonderful time at FNCE ® learning about the latest topics in food and nutrition.