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. A monthly series, Understanding and Addressing Inequalities in the Food System, concludes on November 19. We also just recently concluded a series titled A Conversation about Burnout: Checking In, Not Checking Out for food pantry and food bank staff and volunteers. Recordings and additional materials for each series can be found on their respective homepages.
Please feel free to contact us for additional information.