GFI CALL 2022/2023 - IS OPEN!

Apply for a UC Global Food Initiative Student Fellowship

 

The deadline to apply is July 17th, 2022

In support of the University of California’s Global Food Initiative, which commits the UC to develop and promote sustainable and nutritional food systems to meet an ever-increasing global population, the UCR Global Food Committee is soliciting applications for the 2021-2022 Global Food Fellowship.

 

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HUNGER FREE 2050 LED BY STUDENTS

 

 
The “hunger free 2050” post conference activities and public panel series were led by UCR students to educate, engage and empower them civically, on and off campus, to bring attention to complex and important issues to resolve to achieve food global security and environmental sustainability, i.e. - the need to reframe the question on how we are going to feed the 9.5 billion people sustainably, and the need for an all-encompassing interdisciplinary analysis to bring a more realistic and sustainable solution. 

 

Student led "Hunger Free 2050"

 

 

 

UCR Extension

Students from UCR Extension programs are also welcome


A lot of international students are studying in UCR Extension. Like some of them need to do internships. During the spring quarter 2020, CAFÉ welcomed four students from the Postgraduate Diploma in Management program of UCRX.

 

Visit UCR Extension programs

 

Internship program while enrolled in GSST198

College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS)

Internship Coordinator Katja M. Guenther katja@ucr.edu
Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies
University of California, Riverside

 

More information

 
 
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Feeding a Hungry Planet: Agriculture, Nutrition and Sustainability

How do we create a healthy and sustainable diet for the growing world population?

Agriculture is more than waving fields of wheat; our ability to grow food from existing natural resources – and without decimating those resources – is key to sustainably feeding the world. In this course, learn about food security worldwide, the effects of malnutrition, how we manage ecosystems that provide food resources and more. You’ll emerge from this course with a clear answer to the question: What can I do to make food consumption and production more sustainable?

Interested in this course? If you are a CAFE intern or you are a student at UCR CAFE will cover the cost of this online class.

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Note: This is not a UCR class but you can earn a certificate. 

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