Open Access Week: Food Insecurity at the University of Hawaiʻi SystemOctober 26, 10:00am - 11:00am
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall 106 Events Room
Open Access Week is an international event providing the global academic and research community the opportunity to learn about and share experiences with Open Access (OA) with the aim of helping to make OA a new norm in scholarship and research.
Many studies have shown that college student populations experience high food insecurity prevalence, and college campuses across the country have begun efforts to address student food insecurity and their other basic needs. This presentation will highlight the process and preliminary results for the 2018 University of Hawaiʻi System Student Food Insecurity Study.
Elise Dela Cruz- Talbert and Albie Miles,
Sustainable Community Food Systems, UHWO
Please register HERE as space is limited. Beverages will be provided.
Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), Mānoa Campus
Friday, October 26
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