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Article ItemDr. Ozzie Abaye presents Following our Foodways: Perspectives on Sustainable Food Systems Education from Field to Kitchen March 24, 2021 , article
In this presentation, Dr. Ozzie Abaye will talk about the ways she incorporates culinary and food systems perspectives into her teaching and outreach as a form of sustainable food systems education. Dr. Abaye will also offer insights into the implementation of the Global Food Security and Health Pathway Minor program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech, including the considerations for domestic and international experiential education that emphasizes the nexus of food, agriculture, and society.