Food Systems Program
Food Systems Program at the University of Vermont
In the Food Systems graduate program, you will learn about contemporary food systems through a unique curriculum that links transdisciplinary research with real-world problem-solving and practical experience.
Meet Our Students
Curious about our Food Systems students? Read their profiles to learn more about them and what drew them to the program.
This month we hear from Rachel DiStefano
View other student profiles: Cecile Reuge
Research in the News
Food Systems: An Emerging Field with Global Impact
At UVM, Food Systems is transdisciplinary, with cross-campus collaborations that link research with real-world problem solving and proactical experience. Our graduates leave with a broad and deep understanding of our contemporary food system, as well as a set of applied skills and experience. The faculty in the Food Systems program represent many scholarly disciplines. Learn more about our Program Faculty.
News and Upcoming Events
- The Center for Research on Vermont is hosting a Spring Seminar Series: The University In Vermont: Collaborations, Challenges, Commitments. All presentations are free and open to the public. View flyer for more information.
- Call for Participation for Summer Research Workshop, "New Directions in Gender, Class and Food Work. Learn more.
- Watch sessions from TEDxManhattan: Changing the Way We Eat - Live Stream
- International Agroecology Shortcourse (PSS/ENVS 212) will be offered in Vermont this summer. Read the flyer for more information.
- Check out the Food Systems Spire website for more food news and events information.
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