First Annual Ohio Hunger Dialogue

Walsh University

Friday, September 26, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

North Canton, OH

First Annual Ohio Hunger Dialogue

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Registration Type Price    
Friday (Farm School Conference) Only
Sales End Sep 22, 2014
from $25.00
Full price
$25.00 +$2.37 Fee
Saturday (Hunger Dialogue) Only
Sales End Sep 22, 2014
from $60.00
Full price
$75.00 +$5.12 Fee
Ohio Campus Compact Discount
$60.00 +$4.29 Fee
Both Friday & Saturday
Sales End Sep 22, 2014
from $60.00
Full price
$75.00 +$5.12 Fee
Ohio Campus Compact Discount
$60.00 +$4.29 Fee
Both Friday & Saturday - Ohio Campus Compact Discount for Groups of 5 or More
Sales Ended Sep 15, 2014
from $55.00
Full price
$55.00 +$4.02 Fee

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Walsh University's 
Office of Global Learning and Office of Service Learning

in conjuction with
Ohio Campus Compact  

Invite university administrators, faculty, and students to join with community partners and the general public in a dialogue to address issues of hunger in our local and global communities. The goal of this dialogue will be to seek solutions to domestic and global hunger through the teaching, research, and service activities of Ohio’s colleges and universities. Based on the models of dialogues already held in Kansas and North Carolina, Ohio will be the third state to host a state-wide meeting of higher educators devoted to seeking hunger solutions.

Featuring Keynote Speaker Ambassador Tony P. Hall
Executive Director, the Alliance to End Hunger
Three-Time Nobel Peace Price Nominee 
 

  A native of Dayton, Ambassador Tony Hall served Ohio for more than 20 years as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Ohio’s 3rd District. He then served as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Missions on Food and Agriculture and is now the Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger, a policy and advocacy group based in Washington DC. 


PROGRAM SCHEDULE 

Friday, September 26, 2014
8-4pm Farm to School Workshop, Ohio State Extension Services
(Open to Hunger Dialogue participants)

8pm Ohio Hunger Dialogue Kick-Off
Documentary: “A Place at the Table”, sponsored by the Walsh University Programming Board

Saturday, September 27, 2014
8:00am Registration Opens

8:30-8:45am Welcome

9:00-9:45am Concurrent Session One

Session 1: Jason Bricker-Thompson, Hiram College, “Reaching Students through Food”

Session 2: Jamie Sullivan, The Greater Cleveland Area Food Bank, “Food Stamps: Removing the Stigma and Misconceptions

Session 3: Alison Doehring, University of Akron, “Awareness and Action: Planning a Week of Activities”

Session 4: Melissa Gilbert, Leslie Cavin, Erica Phillips, Otterbein University, “Cultivating Experiential Learning Across and Beyond Campus: the Otterbein Community Garden as a Hunger Learning Laboratory.”

10:00-10:45am Concurrent Session Two

Session 1: Wendy Maxian, Sean Rhiney, Xavier University, “Integrating Service Learning into a Curriculum: A Case Study of a Public Relations Capstone Course Centered Around Food Insecurity”

Session 2: Corinne Burr, Case Western Reserve University, “Crowdsourcing and Campus Resources”

Session 3: Andrew Chwalik, Liz Hopper, Walsh University, “In the Know: Hunger Awareness for Students, By Students”

Session 4: Amy Weisbrod, Stark County Hunger Task Force, “Growing Tomorrow’s Hunger Fighters”

11:00-1:15pm Lunch and Keynote Address
Keynote Address: Ambassador Tony Hall, Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger, Washington DC and the Presentation of the Ambassador Tony P. Hall Student Advocacy Award

1:30-2:15pm Concurrent Session Three

Session 1: Christin Seher, Theresa Beyerle, University of Akron, “Service Learning: Fighting Hunger through Student-led Philanthropy”

Session 2: Ann Gosky, Kent State University, “The Campus Kitchen Project at Kent State University: Meeting the Needs of Students and Our Surrounding Community”

Session 3: Ashley Lucas, Teresa Klimek, Walsh University, “Engaging Your Peers: Student Initiatives”

Session 4: Will Cooley, Walsh University, “Fast Food Workers: The Labor Cost of Food and Hunger”

2:30-3:15 Concurrent Session Four

Session 1: Erica Phillips, Ohio State University, “Confronting Hunger in a Recession: Opportunities and Challenges for Food Security Organizations”

Session 2: Doug Piekarz, Akron Zoo, “Conserving a Food System: Conservation and Sustainable Neighborhoods through Community Gardens”

Session 3: Ben Brown, Alyssa Hughes, Mayor Warren Copeland, Wittenberg University, “Initiating Hunger Advocacy in Our Communities”

Session 4: Sr. Karen Bernhardt, Catholic Migrant Farmworker Network, “Migrant Communities, Labor Trafficking and the Impact on the Food System” 

3:30-5:00 World Café Planning for Action and Closing
Dan Flowers, Michelle Hinton, Jill Oldham, Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank “Creating a Vision for a Hunger-Free Community”

For more information, contact Dr. Douglas Palmer, Walsh University Executive Director of Global Learning, by email at dpalmer@walsh.edu or by phone at 330-490-7043.


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Walsh University
2020 East Maple Street
North Canton, OH 44720

Friday, September 26, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)


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