Panel: Experiential Food Systems Education at the University Level

Day 1, Afternoon Session II, 3:30 pm - 5:10 pm, ESH 203

(Theme: Food Systems and Education: Part I)

  1. “Navigating the “Wilderness” of Community-Engaged Work: Pedagogical Practices That Support Undergraduate Interns Addressing Food Agency Through Community-Engaged Internships,” Claire Barrett, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2. “The Community is Not the Wilderness: Thinking Past Academic Silos Toward Truly Transdisciplinary Food Systems Education,” Elissa Johnson, Syracuse University
  3. “Experiential, Collaborative, and Qualitative Learning for Future Food System Innovators,” Charlotte Biltekoff, University of California, Davis