University Influence in Urban Food Systems

Julie M. Fox

Abstract


This themed issue of Metropolitan Universities journal illustrates how urban universities lead and contribute to food system teaching and learning; research and innovation; outreach and engagement; and resource stewardship. Common themes emerging in this issue include the essential approach of collaboration; the value of diverse voices and perspectives; the influence of distinct urban contexts; and the complexity of food security and other system issues.


Keywords


Collaboration, Complexity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18060/21478

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