Posted: November 11, 2020

This session will explore the topic of food security locally and globally, with a specific examination of Honduras and Kenya. Additionally, we will discuss means of action: supporting good organizations, getting involved in your community, and learning more now and in the future (including a study abroad program to Kenya and the undergrad minor in International Agriculture focused on food security).

Join the session Monday, Nov 16th, 4 – 5 pm via this link:
https://psu.zoom.us/j/98967084684?pwd=UVBWRTFQeUtPK1ZmMUxmc3pKRHVxUT09

  • Dr. Janelle Larson, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Penn State Berks
  • Dr. Noel Habashy, Assistant Teaching Professor & Coordinator, International Agriculture minor, Penn State University Park

One of the most significant concerns of the covid-19 pandemic is the number of people globally who don’t have consistent access to healthy food. This session will explore the topic of food security locally and globally, with a specific examination of Honduras and Kenya. Additionally, we will discuss means of action: supporting good organizations, getting involved in your community, and learning more now and in the future (including a study abroad program to Kenya and the undergrad minor in International Agriculture focused on food security).