Jane Mt. Pleasant, agricultural scientist at Cornell University, will discuss the high productivity of an indigenous agricultural system in comparison to European systems.
Students partner with local leaders to research food insecurity in Central Pennsylvania, presented recommendations at a conference and developed online and print tools for local nonprofits.
A panel of local and regional experts will discuss the nature of persistent poverty and food insecurity as well as ways to address these concerns.
Muhajir Lesure ’20 combines environmental studies, food studies and philosophy principles as he investigates solutions to complex environmental and social-justice problems.
The Clarke Forum hosts a panel of experts discussing the challenges of the opioid epidemic.
Native American chef and educator Sean Sherman will serve an indigenous-inspired meal on campus and present a special lecture on indigenous food systems.
Kelly Brownell joins a long list of science luminaries, including Carl Sagan and Margaret Mead, as recipient of Dickinson's Joseph Priestley Award.
Studying abroad in Bologna, Madigan Kay ’18 melds interests in travel, foreign cultures, food systems and sociology as she researches the booming Italian agritourism industry.
A panel of experts explores the significance of bees and beekeeping, including the recent Hive program at Dickinson.
Dickinson's food studies certificate program asks new questions with a classic liberal-arts twist.
Celebrity chef Hugh Acheson visits Dickinson as part of the "Food for Thought" series.
Why do we eat what we do, and can we create more just, healthy, sustainable food systems? A new program tackles these questions and positions Dickinson as a leader in a burgeoning field.
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