A part-time instructor is needed to teach FST 402– Urban Food Systems (3 credits) in the Spring 2021 (1/25/21-5/9/21). Course description: Investigation of the relationship between food and cities, including the many ways food shapes urban sustainability, public health, community, and economic development. Additional topics include municipal food policies and urban planning for community-based food systems. Class meets: M W 12:45 p.m.- 2:05 p.m.
Internal Number: 85344
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