Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Four UC Santa Cruz students receive Global Food Initiative fellowships

Four UC Santa Cruz students have received $4,000 UC Global Food Initiative (GFI) fellowships for the 2015–2016 academic year. They will be involved in one of the ongoing GFI projects at UCSC, which include efforts to address food equity and improve food security for students on UC campuses, and to increase opportunities for experiential learning at the campus’s farm and gardens.

Graduate students Hamutahl Cohen and Katherine Ennis, and undergraduates David Robles and Judy Xie are among the 44 GFI fellows from throughout the UC system who are advancing work to increase food system sustainability and improve food access and nutrition at the state, national, and international levels.

Read more about their research here.

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