2019 Campus Global Theme Mini-Grant Recipients

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Food for Thought: Feeding Ourselves, Feeding the Planet

Campus Global Theme mini-grants, ranging from $250 - $1,000, provide an excellent opportunity for faculty, staff and students across UC Davis to get involved in discussing and addressing an important global issue, while providing student groups and departments with funding, logistical support, and visibility. Learn more about the 2019 call for proposals which closed on July 8, 2019. A subsequent call for proposals will be open from April – June, 2020. 

  • Aggie Chicken Ranch: Co-op and Sanctuary for Chickens and Their People

  • Building Community Ferment

  • Building Partnerships to Reduce Malnutrition Among the Most Vulnerable

  • Career Trek to Local Dairy and Discussion of Current Trends in Local Dairy and Discussion of Current Trends in Local Dairy Farming

  • Critical Perspectives on Feeding the World

  • Exploring the Cultural Diversity of Sacramento Region Farms

  • Feeding Ourselves through FED (Food and Economic Development)

  • Food Binds Cultures Together

  • Food for Health

  • Food Justice, and the Emergence of Asian American Studies

  • From Global South to Global North: Food History and Possible Futures in the Americas

  • Hearts of Glass Documentary Film Screening and Panel Discussion

  • Mapping Water Resources in Latin America and the Caribbean

  • Social Justice Speakers Series

  • Sustainable Animal Agriculture Career Panel

  • Sustainable Gardening

  • The Fruits of Our Labor

  • The Future of Food: Exploring Food System Career Pathways for Young People

  • The Horticulture Innovation Lab’s Demonstration Center