Most Friedman Speaker Series events are conducted via Zoom and livestream. Please refer to each individual event listing to see more details.
If it is a speaker series day, then you can view the livestream to watch!
The Friedman School Speaker Series is the school’s primary venue for intellectual exchange. Held on Wednesday afternoons from 12:15-1:15pm throughout the academic year, the seminar includes presentations from professionals across a wide range of topics in the field of nutrition. Our speakers include both researchers and practitioners of nutrition science and policy from academia, government, industry, and the non-profit sector. Open to the public.
Message from the Speaker Series Chairs
From biology and agriculture to economics and sociology, a great many fields bear on the study of nutrition. The Speaker Series is a chance to hear informed perspectives from respected scholars, theorists, and activists – to broaden our own thinking and find even more ways to make a contribution. We welcome all ideas and suggestions regarding speakers and topics.
Jiantao Ma, Assistant Professor & Erin Coughlan de Perez, Dignitas Associate Professor
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