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This interdisciplinary program between the Department of Social Work and the Department of Nutritional Sciences focuses on civic and social responsibilities related to the global problem of food insecurity. Students will compare and contrast food insecurity and strategies for addressing this social problem through community service-learning in Fort Worth, Texas and Seville, Spain. While in Seville, students will experience cultural immersion by living with local host families and participating in Spanish cultural programs at the Giralda Center Spanish House. Students will also visit museums and local sites and attend lectures and presentations to help them better understand Spanish culture, food insecurity and civic responsibility in Spain. Students will participate in hands-on service-learning at Santa Joaquina Charter School, Cocina Economica Nuestra Senora del Rosario (an agency serving persons who are homeless), and Solidarios (a social service agency devoted to providing community and food for the homeless). Students will gain a greater understanding of the global problem of food insecurity and hunger and the need for social services to address this problem. Civic responsibility is promoted through course activities and assignments by emphasizing each individual's role as a leader and citizen in the global community.
2. Compare and contrast food collection and food production.
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Students will analyze textual documents and photographs. They will compare and contrast food manufacturing conditions before and after the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act were passed in 1906 and took effect in 1907. They will identify contextual and specific dates for documents and put them in the correct sequence. For grades 6-8. Approximate time needed is 20 minutes.
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Compare and Contrast two food locations on CampusStudents here at our University have several options of where to eat on campus. The university offers...