Stephanie Grutzmacher, Ph.D., CPHHS assistant professor, will present “U.S. college and university responses to student food and housing insecurity: A national inventory of strategies.”
Stephanie’s research aims to understand unique experiences of food insecurity among vulnerable populations in order to identify best practices for food safety net and nutrition education programs. She works with SNAP-Ed, extension, and community collaborators to develop, implement, and evaluate programmatic strategies in family, school, retail, worksite, service agency, and community settings. She also facilitates a community development and capacity building partnership with public health and agriculture faculty at two universities in Ethiopia. Currently, Stephanie is conducting a study of farmworker and farmer safety net utilization, a study of older adults’ SNAP participation, and a study of college and university responses to student food and housing insecurity.
Co-sponsored by the CPHHS Global Health program.
Friday, October 16 at 1:00pm to 2:00pmVirtual Event