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Emile A. Frison, Wanda W. Collins and Suzanne L. Sharrock

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Brian J. Pearson, Kimberly Moore and James Barrett

professional development and international experience programs, thereby benefitting academic programs. International learning programs As enhanced globalized communication is fostered by improvements in technology and sharing of information and ideas, it

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer, Stan Hokanson, Susan Galatowitsch and James Luby

University public gardens offer a unique opportunity to showcase research in horticulture and plant science, as well as in diverse programs such as art, engineering, medicine, human nutrition, and information technology. Universities, especially

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Christopher J. Currey, Ann Marie VanDerZanden and Joshua J. Mitchell

) the community benefits of the program (74.5% of students included this theme in their reflection; 2) their thoughts on local and global food waste in society (19.6%); 3) their impressions of volunteering (17.6%); and 4) the quality of food available to

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Virginia I. Lohr

expressed a critical need for climate literacy among individuals and communities ( U.S. Global Change Research Program, 2009 ). These organizations helped to develop a climate literacy brochure; it points out that changes from global warming “will affect

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Bhimanagouda S. Patil, Kevin Crosby, David Byrne and Kendal Hirschi

production needs to be increased by 70% ( Bruinsma, 2009 ). In addition to a rising population, challenges such as water scarcity and climate change compound the effect and could result in severe food insecurity. Climate change is now a global concern with

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Tina Waliczek, Amy McFarland and Megan Holmes

( Ohio University, 2015 ). Before 2009, on-campus dining halls at Texas State University (San Marcos), discarded on average 300 thousand pounds of food waste per year ( McKenzie, 2013 ). In 2011, 3 years after the Bobcat Blend composting program at Texas

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S. Christopher Marble, Stephen A. Prior, G. Brett Runion, H. Allen Torbert, Charles H. Gilliam, Glenn B. Fain, Jeff L. Sibley and Patricia R. Knight

Over the past several decades global warming has received increased attention from the scientific community including possible impacts of increased temperature on the global environment. Anthropogenically enhanced climate change is still highly

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Kim E. Hummer

centers of origin (diversity) for cultivated crop plants ( Vavilov, 1992 ), and the concept of genetic erosion, have directed present-day global plant science, breeding, and conservation efforts ( Hummer and Hancock, 2015 ). He realized not only that wild

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J. Alberto García-Salazar, Rhonda K. Skaggs and Terry L. Crawford

throughout Mexico have disappeared along with many of the flow-to-market management tools afforded by the UNPH. Storage programs for vegetables have been implemented in several regions of the world, including in Colombia, for the purpose of managing excess