Students interested in creating equitable food systems in the Global South can apply to work on this project in the Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities lab. Plan-REFUGE aspires to understand and mitigate food inequities experienced by small-holder farmers in the Global South. Using a transdisciplinary approach we investigate how small-holder farmers in the Global South adapt their daily living practices in the face of a number of challenges including globalization and climate change. Lessons from on-the-ground experiences are used to inform purposeful community development and planning strategies. The project ensures a Global South to Global South learning exchange as well as capacity building of policy makers both locally and globally through publications and trainings.
Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to work independently,
Compensation: Salary / Stipend, Volunteer, Work Study
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Samina Raja
Department: Urban And Regional Planning
Office: 233 Hayes Hall