College Food Insecurity Programs and Sustainability: Part Two

About the Webinar

This two-part webinar series will cover the programs and methods of sustainment for college food security programming. Part one is titled "Campus food security programming: What are universities doing and does it work?" and includes speakers on campus food pantries, campus gardens, and meal share apps. Part two is titled "Making your campus food security program successful and sustainable" and includes a discussion of funding, using technology to increase awareness, and policy and advocacy. This two-part webinar is developed to share ideas on implementing successful programming for food-insecure college students and help ensure student well-being long-term. This webinar has been planned by the College Food Insecurity Subcommittee as part of the Higher Education Division.


Moderator: Megan Patton-Lopez, PhD, RDN - Western Oregon University

Part 1:

Nicole Edmonds, RD -  Michigan State University Food Bank Director

Taylor McHolm, PhD - University of Oregon Student Sustainability Center Director

Jon Chin, MA - Founder and CEO of Share Meals


Part 2:

Zubaida Qamar, PhD, RD - Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, San Francisco State University

Brandon Mathews, MPS - Co-Director of College and University Food Bank Alliance

Chloe Eberhardt, BA, Venus Barnes, and Chris Baker, BS - Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon

Education Benefits
Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The webinar provides information on the following:

SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies
Food and Nutrition Policy
Nutrition Education Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation 

CDR Performance Indicators
12.1.1, 12.1.2, 12.3.3, 12.5.1

CDR Learning Need Codes
4070, 9020 

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