This course is an intensive workshop on finding your own voice and using it to write clearly and powerfully about food, food policy, and nutrition.Skills acquired in this course are intended to complement other skills that Friedman School students acquire such as research design and interpretation, scholarly citation, and data analysis.Students will write a series of short and longer articles designed to help them learn to structure research and information gathered from a variety of sources into concise, persuasive, engaging narratives with a clear sense of direction that requires craft and practice. A series of short assignments will give students a chance to practice writing a family dietary history, an informational article, solving cooking problems, and other forms. A final assignment will bring together the elements introduced in class in a long-form reported article. Priority enrollment for NICBC students. Enrollment limited to 20 students.
Primary Course Delivery: Synchronous
Notes from Instructor: All class sessions will be recorded via Zoom.