COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

  • Dominique Bachelet, Associate Professor, Biological and Ecological Engineering
    • FST 455X/ 555X. Food for Change (3)
  • Christine Brekken, Senior Instructor, Applied Economies
    • AEC 388. Agricultural Law (4)
    • AGRI 411/511. *Introduction to Food Systems: Local to Global
  • James Cassidy, Senior Instructor, Soil Science & Sustainable/Organic Agriculture
    • HORT 260. Organic Farming and Gardening (3)
    • SOIL 205. Soil Science (3)
  • Lauren Gwin, Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Small Farms & Community Food Systems
  • Scott Hepple, Associate Professor, Fisheries and Wildlife
    • FW 324. *Food from the Sea (3)
    • FW 391. *Ridge to Reef: Sustainable Resource Management in Palau (4)
  • Gail Langellotto, Professor, Urban and Community Horticulture Extension
  • Garry Stephenson, Director, Center for Small Farms & Community Food Systems and Coordinator, Small Farms Program

 

COLLEGE OF EARTH, OCEAN, AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

  • Laurence Becker, Professor, Director of Environmental Studies Undergraduate Program
    • GEOG 330. *Geography of International Development and Globalization (3)
    • GEOG 432/532. Geography of Food and Agriculture (3)

 

COLLEGE OF FORESTRY

  • Reem Hajjar, Assistant Professor, Forest Ecosystems & Society

 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

  • Geoffrey Barstow, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies
  • Melissa Cheyney, Associate Professor, Anthropology
    • ANTH 444/544. Nutritional Anthropology
  • Sarah Cunningham, Senior Instructor I, Anthropology and Coordinator, Food in Culture and Social Justice Program
    • ANTH/FCSJ 261. *Food in American Culture (3)
    • ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
    • ANTH/FCSJ 486. Anthropology of Food (4)
    • FCSJ 406. Food Projects (1-6)
    • FCSJ 467. Capstone: Food in Culture and Social Justice (1)
  • Mark Edwards, Professor, Sociology and Director, OSU Policy Analysis Laboratory
    • SOC 426/526. *Social Inequality (4)
    • SOC 439/539. Welfare and Social Services (4)
  • Patricia Fifita, Instructor, Ethnic Studies
    • ES/FCSJ 464/564. Food and Ethnic Identity: Decolonizing Food and Our Body (3)
  • Nicholas Foreman, Instructor, History
    • HST 416/516. *Food in World History (4)
  • Kristin Griffin, Instructor, School of Writing, Literature, and Film
    • WR 383. Food Writing
  • Joan Gross, Professor, Anthropology
    • ANTH/FCSJ 486. Anthropology of Food (4)
    • ANTH/FCSJ 567. Agri-Food Movements (4)
    • FCSJ 454/554. *International Perspectives on Food Systems (4)
  • Daniel Lopez-Cevallos, Associate Professor, Center for Latin@ Studies and Engagement
    • ES 416. Migrant Health (4)
  • Kenneth Maes, Associate Professor, Anthropology
    • ANTH/FCSJ 444/544. Nutritional Anthropology (4)
  • Lisa Price, Professor, Anthropology
    • ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
  • Juan Trujillo, Assistant Professor, School of Language, Culture, and Society
    • ES/FCSJ 464/564. Food and Ethnic Identity: Decolonizing Food and Our Body (3)
  • Erika Wolters, Assistant Professor, Political Science and Associate Director Public Policy Undergraduate Program
    • PS 570. Global Food Politics and Policy (4)
  • Emily Yates-Doerr, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
    • ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
    • ANTH/FCSJ 486. Anthropology of Food (4)

 

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES

  • Mary Cluskey, Associate Professor, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
    • NUTR 525. Organic Food and Health: Evidence and Consumer Perceptions (3)
  • Stephanie Grutzmacher, Assistant Professor, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
    • NUTR 423/523. Community Nutrition (4)
    • HHS 541. Global Food Security (3)
  • Jenny Jackson, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
    • NUTR 225. General Human Nutrition (3)

 

*Indicates Bacc Core Course. Visit the Course Catalog for information on Prerequisites.