March 2020: Food & Climate Edition
“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” -Michael Pollan

FROM THE OFFICE
Director's Corner: Eating as if Food is the Point 

Campus Changemaker: Ana Plana


Books & Ball Caps: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle & Wilmington Blue Rocks
GUEST BLOGS
Did You Know That Before the Grocery Store & the Food Truck, There Are the Bees? by Selina Bruckner

A Taste of Sustainability by Campus Dining 

Meet Me at the V.I.C.--Volunteer, Internship & Career Fair by Grace Hamilton


Food & Climate Change: A Permaculture Perspective by Joe Nisbett

What is the Connection Between Climate Change & Our Food System? Does What We Eat Really Make a Difference?  by  Lecturer Ana Plana

Are Controlled Environments the Future of Food Production?  by Assistant Professor Daniel E. Wells
 
UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES
Earth Month in Auburn Poster
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BOOKS & BALL CAPS

In this series, Mike shares great reads & the stories behind all those ball caps.
AUBURN STUDENTS ENGAGE, INFLUENCE, & LEAD
Auburn students inspire Lee County youth community through Project Uplift
AUBURN RESEARCH DELIVERS REAL-WORLD BENEFITS
Auburn scientist co-authors pioneering study on animals’ sensitivity to forest fragmentation
AUBURN SERVES THE SOCIAL GOOD
The Cary Center hosting nonprofit volunteer, internship & career fair

Auburn University achieves outreach milestone with renewal of Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Office of International Programs partnering with MojoChat to offer conversational English learning tool

Speech & Hearing Clinic reminds hearing is connected to individual’s whole healthcare
AUBURN IN ACTION
Campus Dining Mystery Shopper Program 

Real food challenge: Auburn University, unlike peers, requires 20% local source of dining food
March 14th   
Open Community Garden Work Day
March 19th   
Global Coral Reef Conservation: An Ongoing Fight
March 21st   
Compost Bootcamp

Bark in the Park & 3k Race   
March 24th       
"A Radio Hero: Early Birmingham Black Radio & the Life & Times of Paul 'Tall Paul' White"


Campus Safety Training
March 26th     
Beyond the Farm
March 27th     
Gender Identity & Pronouns in Teaching Workshop
April 1st      
Earth Month Teach-In 


Oscillation Transia Film Festival  
April 2nd      
Campus Sustainability Bike Tour
April 3rd     
Nifty & Thrifty: Crafting the Bioeconomy 
April 4th     
Ride & Seek


Parkerson Mill Creek Clean-up
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