Ph.D. student Azmal Hossan’s invited commentary paper on COP27, climate justice, and planetary health has been published in PLOS Global Public Health. In “Achieving climate justice, safeguarding planetary health: Diagnosis and demands from next generation leaders for COP27 and beyond,” Hossan and his co-authors critically examine the ongoing global climate change negotiation in the form […]
CSU Sociology Professor and Food Systems Institute Co-director Michael Carolan spoke to The Audit podcast about his research into food, food systems and building empathy on common ground.
Carrie Chennault (Anthropology and Geography) and Joshua Sbicca (Sociology) have published “Prison agriculture in the United States: racial capitalism and the disciplinary matrix of exploitation and rehabilitation” in Agriculture and Human Values. This is the first article to report on research undertaken in The Prison Agriculture Lab. The Lab has also created a satellite image […]
On the final day of the Symposium for Inclusive Excellence last month, MURALS hosted A Glimpse of MURALS in the Lory Student Center Theatre.
Michael Carolan received the Frankfurt Book Fair’s getAbstract 2022 International Book Award for Business Impact. Carolan was flown to Germany in October and honored during a formal ceremony. Carolan’s newest book, A Decent Meal: Building Empathy in a Divided America, was selected from 10,000 non-fiction titles. The jury chose it “for its timely relevance that […]
Working with Grow and Give and the Family Leadership Training Institute respectively, Emilia Ravetta and Milagro Núñez-Solis, both Ph.D. candidates in sociology, connected food pantries with gardeners and youth with opportunities to strengthen their local communities in their CSU Extension summer internships.
Agrihoods Promise Fresh Food and Community. Can They Add Equity to the List? Agrihoods promise to save farmland by turning it into a residential amenity. Can this effort to bridge housing and farmland support environmental justice? Article by Greta Moran. Originally published by Civil Eats. Please click here to read.
Building something better: How community organizing helps people thrive in challenging times Article by Stephanie Malin and Meghan Elizabeth Kallman. Originally published by The Conversation. Please click here to read the article.
Americans don’t agree on much these days, but many feel that the U.S. is on the wrong track and the future is bleak.
By Melinda Hemmelgarn. Originally appeared on Food Sleuth Radio. Did you know that over 600 U.S. prisons include agricultural activities of some kind? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Joshua Sbicca, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Prison Agriculture Lab at Colorado State University. […]