Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Who has it and who doesn’t; who grows it and who sells it; whether individual buyers, industrial conglomerates, or world governments should dictate food choice; how diversity is maintained and what happens – on the farm and in the market – if it isn’t.
Food – so much more than sustenance.
Food – an ultimate environmental issue.
Food – the next nexus of academics at the UW?
Should environmental hot buttons like food become 21st century rallying points for academic education? Come join us for MGT: Eat and Learn, a discussion of whether and how this most central of sustainability topics should also be integrated across the living-learning landscape that is the UW.
Kima Cargill, Associate Professor (Psychology), Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW-Tacoma
Chris Jaehne, Assistant Director for Residential Life, Housing & Food Services
Donna Johnson, Associate Professor, Nutritional Sciences; Associate Director, Center for Public Health Nutrition
Sarah Reichard, Professor, Environmental and Forest Sciences; Director, UW Botanic Gardens