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STEM Engagement for the Enrichment of Diverse Students (SEEDS)
- Co-enroll in the interdisciplinary team-taught course "Transnational approaches to Sustainable Food Futures" at SDSU (Spring 2023)
- Work experience opportunities to conduct undergraduate research in sustainable food and agriculture (stipends available)
- Faculty and peer mentoring for Mesa students in all disciplines
Transfer bridge program to SDSU and future opportunities for international field studies
These opportunities are provided as part of a new interdisciplinary educational project focused on the significance of indigenous and immigrant food and agriculture practices on both sides of the US-Mexico border and their potential to build more equitable and sustainable food systems.
The primary goal is to attract and support undergraduate and graduate students from underrepresented groups to prepare them for careers related to the food, agriculture, and natural resources systems and sciences.
Friday, October 28
3:30pm to 4:30pm
SDSU Storm Hall 119
(free parking passes available)
In this talk I explore how the U.S. government has used agricultural, food and nutrition, and urban planning policies to deny food to communities of color.
Adam Pine, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Minnesota Duluth