Eat.Think.Design. Students at Taste Symposium

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“Food might be seen a kind of basic raw material, but maybe more importantly, it’s what unites us as a species.” – Jessica Helfand

Alissa BernsteinEat.Think.Design. Students at Taste Symposium

What’s Cooking, San Quentin?

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Blog Post by Spring 2015 project team, a collaborative project with diabetic inmates and healthcare providers to improve the food environment at San Quentin State Prison.

Alissa BernsteinWhat’s Cooking, San Quentin?

Making and Eating Weedos

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Blog Post by Spring 2015 team about their work helping children develop healthy eating habits through an edible education program.

Alissa BernsteinMaking and Eating Weedos

Golden Age Home Cooking: The Journey within the Journey

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Blog Post by Spring 2015 team about their work for client Golden Age Home in Kingston, Jamaica to improve and diversify the diet options of the residents at an affordable price.

Alissa BernsteinGolden Age Home Cooking: The Journey within the Journey

Bringing healthy and affordable food to the Tenderloin

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Blog Post by Spring 2015 project team about their work for client San Francisco Department of Public Health to bring healthy, affordable food to corner stores in the Tenderloin.

Alissa BernsteinBringing healthy and affordable food to the Tenderloin

Why aren’t students eating in San Francisco?

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Blog Post by Spring 2015 team about their work for client San Francisco Unified School District to help address participation in school lunch programs.

Alissa BernsteinWhy aren’t students eating in San Francisco?

Innovation Feast- Eat.Think.Design. Project Showcase- May 6, 2015

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Innovation Feast is the project showcase for Eat.Think.Design.
Twenty-five UC Berkeley students from 15 graduate programs in nine teams innovating to address big challenges in food systems.

Alissa BernsteinInnovation Feast- Eat.Think.Design. Project Showcase- May 6, 2015