Thesis Topics – See What M.S. in Food Systems & Society Graduates Focused On
An Exploratory Analysis of Culinary Educators’ Constructs of Gender Equality
Voting Rights: How the Fetishization of Organic Compromises Food Justice
Sustainable Food Corporations and Sustainable Food Systems: On the Possibilities of Engagement for Food Systems Change
The Beef with Meat: How the Industrial Production of Meat Threatens Social Justice and An Analysis of the Strategies to Change It
Bean in Hand, Nickel In Pocket: The Social Experience and Political Economy of Senior Food Insecurity
Addressing Food Justice: Oregon Farm to School Program Implementation
Social Justice Inquiry into Sustainable Food and Agriculture: An Exploratory Analysis Into Definition, Projects and Funding Frameworks
Growing Food Banks? Securing the Food Insecurity Network
Healthy Food on Wheels: An Exploration of Mobile Produce Markets through a Food Justice Lens
Food Justice and Prison Food Systems: Exploring the Potential for Reframing Prison Food from Punitive to Restorative
An Analysis of Farm Labor Depiction: Is the Local Food Movement Perpetuating Farmworker Injustice?
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