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Food Sovereignty Collaboration Brings Ecuadorian Faculty to OHIO

R. Montúfar, T. Moran, M. Nally, D. Bikowski, & M. Ayala at the Community Food Initiatives’ Seed to Sustainability Workshop in Athens, January 2018

By Dawn Bikowski Director of the English Language Improvement Program How do the seed-saving practices in Southeast Ohio compare with the struggles and triumphs of food sovereignty in the Andes of Ecuador? Dr. Rommel Montúfar (Biological Sciences, Pontíficia Universidad Católica del Ecuador), and Michael Ayala (Agricultural Sciences, Universidad Central del […]

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February 21, 2018 at 10:22 amNews

OHIO’s Small Seed Project Blossoms into International Partnership

Ms. M. Teresa C. Cacuango, community member in Pichinga Province, Ecuador

By Dawn Bikowski Director of the English Language Improvement Program Ohio University faculty traveled to Ecuador in December as part of a research and community capacity-building project involving local agro-biodiversity and food sovereignty in two regions—Southeastern Ohio and the Andes outside of Quito. The project, “Facilitating & Sharing International Community-Based […]

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January 29, 2018 at 11:11 amNews Research

Food Studies | Lessons from Ecuador: Food Sovereignty and Seed-Saving in Andean Communities, Jan. 18

Food Studies | Lessons from Ecuador: Food Sovereignty and Seed-Saving in Andean Communities, Jan. 18

The Food Studies theme presents “Lessons from Ecuador: Food Sovereignty and Seed-Saving in Andean Communities” on Thursday, Jan. 18, at 5 p.m. in Alden Library Room 319, the Friends of the Library Room. Please join Food Studies in welcoming Ecuadorian researchers to learn about their work with Andean communities investigating […]

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January 1, 2018 at 7:45 pmEvents

Alumni News | Shaw Curates Exhibit While in Grad School

Haley Shaw

Haley Shaw ’16 lives in Boulder, Colorado, and is earning her masters in Library and Information Sciences with a concentration in Museum Studies from Kent State University’s online program. While working on that degree she works part time and is also completing an internship at a small library on the […]

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December 11, 2017 at 8:39 amAlumni

Spring 2018 | Food Studies Offers Spring Courses That Fill Requirements

Spring 2018 | Food Studies Offers Spring Courses That Fill Requirements

The Food Studies theme has Spring 2018 courses that fill various Ohio University general education requirements—just in time for registration. Dr. Brad Jokisch, Associate Professor of Geography, is teaching Agricultural Ecosystems (GEOG 3340). The course begins with the origins and history of the agriculture system and moves into the modernization […]

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October 29, 2017 at 2:03 pmNews

OHIO Archaeological Field School Store is Open

OHIO Archaeological Field School coasters. Photo courtesy of Kailee Slusser.

More than 30 years ago, Dr. Elliot Abrams founded the OHIO Archaeological Field School. The program since has excavated almost two dozen archaeological sites, trained 345 undergraduate students in archaeological methods and preservation, and made significant contributions to our understanding of the prehistoric past. The Field School in OHIO Archaeology Affinity […]

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October 19, 2017 at 12:14 pmAnnouncements News

Science Cafe | Harvest the Past, Feed the Future: Reviving the Legacy of Ancient Appalachian Crops, Oct. 18

Dr. Paul Patton

Science Café presents Dr. Paul Patton discussing “Harvest the Past, Feed the Future: Reviving the Legacy of Ancient Appalachian Crops” on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 5 p.m. at the Baker Center Front Room. Patton is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Food Studies and Director of OHIO Archaeological Field School. Ever […]

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October 1, 2017 at 7:45 pmEvents