The 6th annual “Fast Food for Thought” will once again bring together 10 interdisciplinary faculty members from across campus to give a series of fast-paced talks (5 minutes each) related to food and/or agriculture. Speaker information below and a delicious reception to follow. RSVP here on facebook.
Tuesday, October 1 | 5:30 PM
Dana Building | Room 1040
440 Church St., Ann Arbor
FREE and open to the public
- Brendan O’Neill, School for Environment and Sustainability
What do Soil Microbes have to do with Sustainable Food?
- Kate Bauer, School of Public Health
Childhood Obesity: The Blame Game
- Marty Heller, School for Environment and Sustainability
Beyond the Headlines: Addressing the Carbon Footprint of Our Diets
- Cindy Leung, School of Public Health
Warning: Soda is the New Tobacco
- Shelie Miller, School for Environment and Sustainability
Can Meal Kit Services Actually be Green?
- Tim Lorek, Latin American and Carribean Studies
Looking for Utopia: Agriculture for Peace in Colombia
- Miranda Brown, Asian Languages and Cultures
Are Asians Lactose Intolerant? Traditional Chinese Medicine Says Otherwise.
- Katerina Stylianou, School of Public Health
Should we all Become Vegan?
- John Vandermeer, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
The Hurricanes of Puerto Rico
Check out videos from previous years here!