Do we eat simply for sustenance or is there more to think about this everyday activity? Food fills our bellies, brings families and cultures together and is the center of many traditions which remind us of our shared past. Food also is a source of power and struggle. The way our food is grown, manufactured and marketed can be controversial. What do we need to know about the food choices we make? Nourish your mind this spring and join us for thoughtful discussions on food.
All lectures are free to the public and are held on Mondays at 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Fairhaven Retirement Community, 435 West Starin Road, Whitewater. Street parking is adjacent to the building.
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MARY PINKERTON, Dean of the College of Letters and Sciences
CHRISTINE MASON, Farm Manager at Standard Process
JOHN EJNIK, Associate Professor of Chemistry
TONY GULIG, Associate Professor of History
SETH MEISEL, Associate Dean of the School of Graduate Studies
and Continuing Education
BERT KREITLOW, Lecturer in History
DONNA VOSBURGH, Assistant Professor of Occupational and
Environmental Safety and Health
LIZ HACHTEN, Assistant Dean of Letter and Sciences
MICHAEL OLDANI, Associate Professor of Sociology, Anthropology
and Criminal Justice
JALAL NAWASH, Assistant Professor of Physics
ANN WERTZ GARVIN, Professor of Health, Physical Education,
Recreation and Coaching
SHARON ROY, Lecturer in Marketing