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March 6-8, 2019
University of San Diego
Thursday, March 7 • 11:30am - 12:40pm
Thematic Poster Session #2

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Poster 1: Empathy through Experiential Connections with Nature. Our perceptions and experiences within nature are a part of our evolutionary context, as is our connection with natural areas. At UCI, Independent Studies and the Social Ecology Field Study Program allow opportunities for empathy-fostering experiential activities at the UC Natural Reserve System San Joaquin Marsh Reserve and UCI Arboretum and Herbarium.  

Poster 2: “That’s Is Not A Thing Here” Food Insecurity at Private and Selective Institutions. College student food insecurity has increasingly become a concern. Private and selective institutions are often looked as places where students do not experience food insecurity because of assumptions about the affluence of students that attend. Please join to learn about how a small college is addressing food insecurity.

Poster 3: University of the Parks: Community-Engaged Education to Build Capacity and Resources Around Public Lands. Public lands in the United States encompass conflict across political, social, economic, and cultural borders, especially in western states. University of the Parks is an initiative to build partnerships and relationships in a regional nexus of public lands and rural communities.  

Poster 4: ‘Having Enough’: Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use and Possible Solutions. A qualitative narrative inquiry using in-depth semi-structured interviews, journaling, and photoelicitation explored experiences of three students using a campus food pantry 

Moderators
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Marie Sandy

Associate Professor, University of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Community partner perspectives of service-learning and public engaged scholarship; online service-learning; qualitative research design for community-based research.

Speakers
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Peter A. Bowler

Teaching Professor, University of California, Irvine
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Jamie Daugherty

Assistant Professor/Dietitian, Fontbonne University
Jamie has been a dietitian for 14 years and brings many ingredients to the table.  She received her BA in Psychology from St. Louis University and a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from University of Illinois – Chicago.  Upon completion of all Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics requirements... Read More →
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Jacqualine Grant

Associate Professor, Southern Utah University
People should talk to me about biocultural diversity, distributed food networks, and how to use next generation sequencing to engage STEM students with the community.
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Danny Ledezma

Associate Director of Community Engagement, Harvey Mudd College


Thursday March 7, 2019 11:30am - 12:40pm
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