Faculty Development Series: Food & Wellness
Thursday, October 3, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (CDT)
St Paul, MN
Faculty Development Series: Issues and Opportunities along the Central Corridor
Facilitated by Jodi Bantley of Metropolitan State University and D’Ann Urbaniak Lesch of St. Catherine University, this panel will include Pakou Hang, Executive Director, Hmong American Farmers Association; Sahra Noor, Director, Language Services & Community Health, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview; and Tim Page, Urban Farmer, Holistic Health Farms.
This is part of a series of afternoon panels and discussions featuring experienced, insightful community leaders who will address neighborhood priorities, organizations, assets, and perspectives, as well as ways local colleges and universities might contribute to related efforts. These events are free and open to faculty and staff from MNCC member institutions.
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Minnesota Campus Compact
Minnesota Campus Compact supports civic engagement and democratic renewal through our diverse network of colleges and universities. Our member campuses build partnerships and educate students to develop creative solutions to society's most pressing issues.