4th Annual Fast Food For Thought

. October 1, 2017.
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If you’re the kind of person who gets bored after lectures hit the five-minute mark, this event is designed just for you. The U-M Sustainable Food Systems Initiative will present 10 interdisciplinary five-minute talks related to food and agriculture – like tapas for your brain. Billed as “Ten Tiny Talks on 10 Big Topics in Food and Agriculture,” it all happens on Tuesday, October 10th, at The U-M School of Natural Resources and Management. Speakers TBA, but a “delicious reception” is promised to follow.

4th Annual Fast Food For Thought
U-M School of Natural Resources and Management
440 Church St., Ann Arbor
Tuesday, October 10, 6-7:30pm
Free
For more info, visit sites.lsa.umich.edu/sustainablefoodsystems

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