Master of Global Policy students Mary Vo, Lina Nabulsi and Cassie Gianni penned an op-ed advocating for congressional funding of the new Global Food Security Act. A fully funded GFSA would support programs to “enhance the nutritional health and agricultural livelihood activities of poor women in less developed countries.”
Paul von Hippel's research suggests schools can't fully solve the issues behind childhood obesity.
Research findings suggest that the summer months—when children are out of school—are an important area of focus in combating childhood obesity.
Research suggests summer break is a high-risk time when it comes to childhood obesity.
Fifty years after President Lyndon Johnson launched his “war on poverty” there is still much to be done on the policy front to help those who have been most affected by slow economic recovery—especially those with the least education, limited or spotty work experience, and those living in areas with low overall growth.