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Sylvia Grove


"Hungering for Change: A Live Q&A on Food Security" brings voice to the complexities of global food access through a dialogue with two Pennsylvania-based nonprofits: The Food Trust and American Foundation for Children with AIDS. Discussing the intersection between food security, life expectancy, medical care, and community improvement, this discussion develops the unique challenges of COVID-19 as well as the importance of fostering agency in under-serviced communities in the United States and Africa. Dr. Sylvia Grove, Kyra Clark '21, Margrethe Leis '20, and Sarah Fisher '23 moderated the conversation.


Presented as part of the Ursinus College Celebration of Student Achievement (CoSA) held April 23 – April 30, 2020.

The downloadable file is an M4V video with a run time of 1:26:29. Also available to download are the accompanying presentation slides.

Part of the course ENV-299, this event was supported by Arts & Lectures, Wismer on Wheels, Office of Sustainability, UCARE, and the Department of Modern Languages at Ursinus College.

For more information, visit:

American Foundation for Children with AIDS

The Food Trust

Healthy Food Access Portal

Healthy Food Access: Research Your Community

ENV 299 - Hungering for Change Powerpoint.ppt (14192 kB)
Presentation Slides

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Available to all.