Where the food science and nutrition communities have come and may be going in defining sustainable food systems with examples from research in the NC State Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Department.
Panel: Drs. Karletta Chief (University of Arizona), Yael Perez (University of California-Berkeley), and Amy Sapkota (University of Maryland). Joining us from three different NSF research traineeships on food, energy, and water systems (FEWS), our panelists will share each programs' challenges, opportunities, and sustainability.
SPECIAL GUEST: Dominique Brossard’s research agenda focuses on the intersection between science, media and policy with the Science, Media and the Public (SCIMEP) research group, which she co-directs. A fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the International Communication Association, Brossard is an internationally known expert in public opinion dynamics related to controversial scientific issues.
Leveraging computational scale data, studies show that socioeconomic, psychological, and biological factors contribute to immune weathering in young adults, and recent research suggests that violence and other adverse experiences may be affecting biological stress responses in African Americans. Hosted in collaboration with BAA (Being an Ally in Academics).
Note that the GES Colloquium on 4/18/23 with Brian Donovan of BCBS Science Learning has been canceled and will be rescheduled for the fall of 2023.
Final GES Colloquium of the spring semester! AgBioFEWS students will discuss their experiences teaching Responsible Research and Innovation principles to undergraduates during a recent Dolphin Tank workshop. Note, this seminar will be held IN PERSON in 1911 Building, Room 129, and will not be recorded.