• Dillard
    FOOD STUDIES
  • Dillard
    FOOD STUDIES
  • Dillard
    FOOD STUDIES

DILLARD UNIVERSITY FOOD STUDIES

Food Studies involves the governance, planning, history, design, business and implementation of food systems within urban and rural environments. Challenges involving food sustainability and security pose some of the most serious threats and greatest opportunities for planning the future of resilient cities. This degree-seeking minor program provides an integrative approach to food studies in the urban environment, focused on an introduction to the study of food that is essential for preparing the next leaders in this field.

 

Over the next 10 years opportunities in the food industry that already employs more than 308,700 people. The greater New Orleans region will always have a need for skilled employees in the food and restaurant industry whether it entails policy-making, urban agriculture and food systems, restaurant management or media.


 

 

The food studies programs seeks to provide a more integrative learning approach offering a wide range of courses to open opportunities in the food industry. To move this region towards more successful implementation of food studies, industry professionals need to understand the bigger picture within which they are operating.

 

For more information, contact Zella Palmer at zpalmer@dillard.edu

 

 

Dillard University Food Studies

ABOUT

About Dillard Food Studies

Dillard University Food Studies

REQUIRED COURSES

Coursework criteria

Dillard University Food Studies

RAY CHARLES PROGRAM

Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture

 

Dillard University School of Humanities

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES

Located in the College of Arts and Sciences, Dillard's academic programs focusing on the study of culture and society.

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