Positioning Penn State as a global leader in food and agricultural ethics scholarship: Research agendas, institutional capacities, and future pathways
Feb 18, 2016
from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
|Where||Rock Conference Room, 133 Sparks Building|
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Speaker: Robert M. Chiles
Penn State is uniquely positioned to become a global leader in food and agricultural ethics scholarship. In this talk, I discuss how my future research agenda builds upon existing research and teaching in this area while also expanding into new pathways. These pathways encompass the following themes: food ethics in everyday life, university-industry relations, agricultural greenhouse gas emissions, food waste, food ethics among youth, methodological integration, and pedagogy.