Sustainable Food Systems Certificate Info Session
Monday, August 17th, 2020 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM via Zoom: JOIN HERE
Are you a graduate student interested in sustainability, food justice, and the future of our food systems? The Sustainable Food Systems Initiative is hosting a virtual information session about the Sustainable Food Systems Graduate Certificate - an interdisciplinary approach to exploring and solving issues of sustainable food production, access, and utilization. There will also be an update on the National Needs Fellowship program.
Foodshed UGA Faculty Workshops
What we eat and how we eat have major implications for our future sustainability and health. Foodshed UGA is a new initiative to engage the campus and community in sustainability and innovation through the food we eat.
We want you to join us by engaging your class with this topic and making a tangible difference to improve our food system through interdisciplinary collaboration, partnerships with the local community, and innovative solutions. Whether you teach composition, history, agriculture, art, public health, or any other discipline, there is a place for you and your students.
Faculty from all disciplines are invited to a 1.5 hour workshop focused on engaging courses with Foodshed UGA as a tool for experiential and service learning. The workshop will introduce food system curricular materials and resources, campus partners and community needs, and provide an opportunity for cross disciplinary conversation and brainstorming.
Workshops will be offered twice. Please sign up here to attend either date:
Thursday April 25, 2:00-3:30pm
Monday April 29: 8:30am-10am
Foodshed UGA is an initiative of the Sustainable Food Systems Initiative, Office of Service-Learning, and the Office of Sustainability in collaboration with valued campus and community partners.