Dr. Anjali Bhatia Lecture Now Archived

Did you miss Dr. Anjali Bhatia discussing the rise in fast food culture in India and its subsequent impact on youth culture?  No worries – you can check it out below, and also in our Archived Bite! Lectures section of the website! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rTh9AKctQ6c

Sinan Koont Lecture Now Archived

We had the pleasure of hearing about Cuba’s urban garden movement on Wednesday afternoon in Philips Hall, as Dr. Sinan Koont visited OWU and spoke about his work in this area.  There are many fascinating things about the movement, not the least of which are the array of factors that needed to be in place for…

Florence Reed Lecture Now Archived

If you missed last night’s lecture from Florence Reed, you missed a wonderful description of what is possible when it comes to positive change in lives, communities, and the environment using sustainable agriculture practices.  This is the approach that Sustainable Harvest International promotes in its work, and the results have been outstanding.  Fortunately, you can…

In case you missed it…

The Panel discussion from 13 Sept. titled Why is Food Important? Food Across the Disciplines at Ohio Wesleyan University has now been archived and is available to view at any time below, or at THIS link. Remember, you can check http://stream.owu.edu/ for the schedule of live streamed Bite! events. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AsHEsIvGWrU

Bite! Press Release

    It’s official. The Bite! series details are out for all to see with the official press release from the Ohio Wesleyan University office of Communication and Marketing.  The release can be read HERE. Hope to see you at the events!

Dr. Walter Willett Discusses Diet and Cancer Link

A recent article in the NIH Record highlighted Dr Walter Willett’s recent talk titled “Diet & Cancer: The Fourth Paradigm,”  where he discussed the progress over the past 40 years relative to research on diet’s link to the incidence of cancer. You can read more at the following link, and be sure to attend Dr.…