March 28: “Feeding our Kids, Feeding our Future” a Panel Discussion

New York University’s Fales Library, the home of one of the nation’s largest and prestigious collection in food studies, invited you to a panel discussion on March 28: “Feeding our Kids, Feeding our Future: What It Says about Us, Its Real Impact, and What We Have Done and Can Do about It.” The panel will address conversations about health, obesity, nutrition, foodways, and other related issues, and discuss the many efforts now being organized by individuals, institutions, and businesses to address modern thinking about our children’s health and how to feed it.

“Feeding our Kids, Feeding our Future” a Panel Discussion, March 14th at NYU’s Fales Library
Thursday, March 28, 2013 | 4:00-6:00 pm Fales Library, third floor of the Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South

Panelists include Kate Adamick, co-founder, Cook for America; Cricket Azima, author and chef, The Creative Kitchen; Amy Bentley, author and associate professor, NYU Steinhardt; Jimmy Carbone, owner, Jimmy's No. 43, and host of Beer Sessions Radio on Heritage Radio Network; Victoria Stein Feltman, child nutritionist, Apple to Zucchini; and host Clark Wolf, food and restaurant consultant with more than thirty years of experience in the food industry, and founder and president of Clark Wolf Company.

This event is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $10. RSVPs are required: email rsvp.bobst@nyu.edu with your name and the title/date of the event. For more information, call Elizabeth Wiest, 212-992-9744, or email liz.wiest@nyu.edu. 

Moderator Clark Wolf says, “it’s exciting to have a panel well peopled with graduates of the [NYU Steinhardt] department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health, as well as a professor and a guest lecturer from the department. Steinhardt’s graduates are out there making a real difference.”

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