The eight awarded fellows will seek solutions to challenges posed by food insecurity and population growth.
Through her study of agriculture, student Zennah Kosgey aims to see her home country of Kenya free of poverty.
What started as a class project turned into a passion--and a job.
Driven in part by a memory from her youth, Shantal Pai has dedicated herself to alleviating hunger.
U of M graduate student Caroline Jones wants to use her accounting skills to help people in need.
Deep Winter Greenhouses enable small- and mid-scale farmers to grow greens all year without heavy reliance on fossil fuels.
U of M researcher Rachel Widome has found that 27 percent of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are food insecure.
Richard Traugott is pursuing his master’s degree and a new path in horticulture to better serve his community—and his son.
New maps developed by U of M researchers illustrate the contribution of smallholder farming to global food production.
Maps illuminate contribution of smallholder farming to global food production
Elizabeth Alonzi recently completed a fellowship designed to tap the next generation of leaders in food security.
Maps show distribution, intensity of greenhouse gas release due to cropland management