The Food Literacy International Partnership (FLIP)
Invites you to their first webinar featuring three food literacy scholars who are leaders in the field.
‘What is Food Literacy?’ | Monday 28th February, 2022 | 1:00-3:00 p.m. *PST
(* Pacific Standard Time)
Food literacy is a term that is increasingly being used by a number of varied professionals who have an interest in food. These professionals include educators, home economists, dietitians, and public health workers. Not surprisingly each profession brings their own nuanced interpretation.
The Food Literacy International Partnership (FLIP) is offering a series of webinars where food literacy scholars and practitioners will discuss ideas of what food literacy is and what it looks like in practice. These discussion will be informed by research and everyday experiences.
Please join us for this exciting event by registering your interest in attending. We hope this first webinar will stimulate thinking and
debate on the topic.
- Dr. Pamela Koch is the Mary Swartz Rose Associate Professor of Nutrition and Education and the Faculty Director of the Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy in the Program in Nutrition at Teachers College, Columbia University.
- Dr. Joyce Slater is a Professor of Community Nutrition in the Department of Food and Human Nutritional Sciences, at the University of Manitoba.
- Dr. Jennifer Sumner teaches in the Adult Education and Community Development Program at OISE/University of Toronto.
- Dr. Kerry Renwick (Host) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia.
LEARN MORE | food-literacy-research.ca
Download the Poster: FLIP-webinar Feb 28