Host Jenna Liut is talking about campus hunger. Although not typically associated with institutes of higher education, evidence suggests that food insecurity among US college students is rising, especially in light of increased enrollment rates and the evolving demographics among students. Just how prevalent is food insecurity on college campuses? What are some viable long and short term solutions to address this issue? Joining the show today to discuss these questions and more are three experts on the subject: Sara Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Sociology at University of Wisconsin Madison and author of the report “Hungry to Learn” which analyzed food insecurity among community college students across the country; Nate Smith-Tyge, a PhD student at Michigan State University (MSU) and longtime Director of the MSU Student Food Bank; and Triada Stampas, Vice President for Research and Public Affairs at the Food Bank for NYC.
Originally published by Nate Smith-Tyge March 11, 2016
Inside Higher Ed reports that the NSSE found most students are worried about their finances and the cost of attendance. This was especially true for minority students. These results highlight the importance of the services that CUFBA members provide. Relieving financial stress is a key to student success!
Read more about the NSSE results at Inside Higher Ed.
The CUFBA team sends our warmest Thanksgiving greetings to everyone – have a great turkey-day!
Originally published by Nate Smith-Tyge November 24, 2015
Check out this article from the Sacramento Bee that discusses the growth in student food insecurity and a new pantry at Sacremento State. CUFBA Co-Director Nate Smith-Tyge discusses student hunger and the growth of our organization:
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Originally published by Nate Smith-Tyge November 3, 2015
Check out this article from Michigan Public Radio on the growth of campus-based food pantries in Michigan. CUFBA Co-Founder/Director Nate Smith-Tyge discusses the role of the Michigan State University Student Food Bank and CUFBA in the burgeoning campus food security movement in the Great Lakes State.
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Originally published by Nate Smith-Tyge September 15, 2015
Co-Director, Nate Smith-Tyge quoted in this LA Times article on campus-based food banks.
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Originally published by Clare Cady August 4, 2015