Gund Graduate Fellow, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Caitlin is a PhD candidate in Food Systems and a member of the Gund Institutes Economics for the Anthropocene program. She studies how food systems and ecological economics can be merged to better understand and achieve justice and resiliency in agrifood networks. Prior to graduate school, Caitlin worked as a freelance writer and a community nutrition educator. She has a BS in Food Literacy from University of California at Berkeley and received her MS in Food Systems from UVM.

Advisor: Dr. Amy Trubek 

Caitlin Morgan

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Ecological economics, sustainable food production, food agency, food sovereignty


  • MS, Food Systems, University of Vermont
  • BS, Conservation and Resource Studies, University of California, Berkeley