Princeton Studies Food
A one-day event showcasing food and agricultural systems research and interest at Princeton.
Topics include: Agriculture and biodiversity in Africa, the global nitrogen challenge, agriculture and climate change, food and public health, and Princeton's regional foodshed.
Speakers include: faculty, researchers, alumni and university administration. We will end the day with a discussion on what future programs related to food and agriculture could look like at Princeton.
Lunchtime Keynote Speaker is Jason Aramburu '07, Founder and CEO of EDYN and recently featured in the NY Times for his work on agriculture and information technology.
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Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by Food and Agriculture at Princeton, The Program for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School (STEP), The Office of Sustainability, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) and Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies - Global Systemic Risk (PIIRS-GSR).