UFWH Summit 2020

Summit 2020 Agenda

We have a great lineup of keynote speakers, field trips, breakout sessions, poster presentations and networking planned for March 19-20, 2020. Download our summary agenda and check back for more details as breakout sessions and poster presentations are finalized.

UFWH Summit 2020 Agenda

Call for Oral Presentation and Poster Abstracts

The UFWH Summit Host Team have received 80 abstract submissions, and peer review is underway! Presenters will be notified by Jan. 31, 2020 if abstracts have been accepted.

Oral Presentation and Poster Objectives:

The overall goal of the UFWH Summit 2020 is to bring together current and future leaders to see a world without hunger. Students, administrators, faculty, staff, and community partners will network and share ideas that lead to actions and impact at the campus, community, and global levels. We are seeking oral presentation and poster submissions from students, faculty, staff, and community organizations so that we may share solutions to accomplish our common goals. 

  • Global Hunger Track: We are seeking oral presentations and posters that share initiatives and research related to improved health outcomes at the global level. Examples include study abroad programs, international research projects, and/or community-based efforts that provide solutions to reduce the global burden of hunger.
  • Domestic Hunger Track: We are seeking oral presentations and posters highlighting efforts in North America that effectively reduce the burden of domestic hunger and food insecurity. We would like to learn about experiential learning activities and community- and/or research-based efforts that reduce the burden of domestic hunger.
  • Campus Hunger Track: We are seeking oral presentations and posters related to your college or university’s efforts to address food insecurity and related issues on campus. We invite you to share how you started, sustained, and/or evaluated student-,faculty- or staff-led initiatives on your campus to reduce food insecurity.

If you have questions about your abstract submission, please contact Renee Fox.