The Interdisciplinary Center for Food Security’s chief goal is to better understand and address the causes and consequences of hunger in the United States, with a special focus on Missouri. The center accomplishes this through teaching, research, and outreach involving students, staff, faculty, and community partners from a wide range of backgrounds and fields.

We currently have a variety of projects underway, including two webinar series. Starting September 17, 2020, join us for a monthly series, Understanding and Addressing Inequalities in the Food System. On October 6, we kick-off A Conversation about Burnout: Checking In, Not Checking Out, for food pantry and food bank staff and volunteers.

Please feel free to contact us for additional information.