In This Issue: Higher Education and Food Systems: A Tentative But Growing Relationship

Authors

  • Duncan Hilchey Thomas A. Lyson Center for Civic Agriculture & Food Systems

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2012.023.019

Keywords:

Food Systems, Higher Education, Pedagogy

Abstract

First paragraph:

Recently I was a guest lecturer on food systems in a new seminar in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University. This was the beginning of the semester and only the second class. The department had never offered a course devoted to food systems before, and it was a bit of an experiment. My assignment as an alum of this department who had a specialty in food systems was to help introduce the topic. I had heard there was a lot of interest across the campus and the class might be a little full, but I was not prepared for the standing-room-only crowd in the classroom. I had to ask students to step aside so I could write on the blackboard.

 

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Author Biography

Duncan Hilchey, Thomas A. Lyson Center for Civic Agriculture & Food Systems

Duncan Hilchey is publisher and editor in chief of JAFSCD.

Published

2012-06-21

How to Cite

Hilchey, D. (2012). In This Issue: Higher Education and Food Systems: A Tentative But Growing Relationship. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 2(3), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2012.023.019

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