Environmental sustainability issues are everywhere: A pilot program for undergraduate, interdisciplinary research and problem solving
Deborah Saber, PhD, RN, CCRN-K - School of Nursing, University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA
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An active interdisciplinary Materials Management research team (nursing, anthropology, economics, environmental engineering, and food science) developed a pilot program with undergraduate, interdisciplinary students to examine food waste and opportunities for improvement. Through a mentoring process, students learned about food waste, circular food systems, interdisciplinary work, and the research process.
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