27 Jan
6–7:30 pm

Judith Rodin is president of The Rockefeller Foundation, one of the world’s leading philanthropic organizations, and author of the recently published book The Resilience Dividend, PublicAffairs (November 11, 2014). She was previously president of the University of Pennsylvania, and provost of...

29 Jan
12 pm

Have you ever wondered what makes food "natural"? Do consumers understand "natural" claims on food labels? In the absence of robust federal guidelines, are state laws or class action lawsuits appropriate mechanisms for addressing false or misleading "natural" claims? Join the Harvard Food Law and...

5 Feb
5 pm

Special Seminar with Jon Krosnick Jon Krosnick, Professor of Communication, Political Science, and Psychology, Stanford University, on “American Public Opinion on Climate Change: Motivated Cognition?” Dustin Tingley, the Sack Associate Professor of Political Economy in the Dept. of...

6 Feb
3–4 pm

Join the Food Literacy Project and the Harvard Art Museums for a guided tour of how food is represented in their art collection. We will walk the galleries with an art expert and learn about several pieces that feature food. There may be a second offering of this event on 2/13 if there is...

11 Feb
5–8 pm

Want to learn about food access issues in Boston? Interested in how food is distributed to those in need? Want to volunteer by helping out at the Food Bank? Join the Harvard School of Public Health Food Literacy Project Rep for an evening of learning and volunteering. Actual volunteer time is 5:30-...

12 Feb
7–8:30 pm

Are you interested in something related to food? Economics? Politics? Health? Culture? The environment? It all connects to the food system! We hope to bring students from across the university who are already involved with student groups, and those interested in finding their niche in one of the...

14 Feb
7–8 pm

Join the Food Literacy Project for a walking tour of Follow the Honey and Salt and Olive, two artisanal food purveyors just a 3 minute walk from campus! We’ll do lots of tastings of olive oils, vinegars, and honeys. You’ll learn how olive oil is made, how to taste terroir in honey...

20 Feb
4–5 pm

Learn about different fad diets (paleo, gluten-free, juicing/cleansing, etc) and ways that they may be nutritionally and environmentally unsustainable. Presented by the Harvard School of Public Health Food Literacy Project and Harvard University Health Services.

4 Mar
9 am

Presenters: Dr. Jack Spengler, Professor, Harvard School of Public Health; Jianxiang Huang, Assistant Professor, Urban Planning and Design, University of Hong Kong Description: Content research is focused on the modeling and measurement of thermal comfort in public places. The model, CityComfort+...

9 Mar
4–6 pm

Chef Mark Goldberg, Executive Chef at Park restaurant will teach a sustainable seafood cooking class. $5 per person. At the CSG on campus. Register