What is Food@MSU?
What is science communication and why is it important?
Science communication is clearly explaining complex research in a way that is easily understood by the general public. It involves listening to and working to understand consumer wants and needs. Establishing strong science communication skills is key to making research applicable and useful to a wider audience.
Eighty percent of consumers want to know more about their food and how its produced, according to a 2016 study from the Center for Food Integrity. However, only 50% frequently search for such information, per a 2019 wave of the MSU Food Literacy and Engagement Poll.
What is the MSU Food Literacy and Engagement Poll?
The MSU Food Literacy and Engagement Poll is a national survey on consumer knowledge, practices, attitudes and opinions conducted twice per year.
What is Our Table?
Our Table is a discussion series to encourage conversation, connection and learning about communication and agriculture. #LetsTalkFood Fridays, held on campus on the second Friday of each month, feature an Our Table conversation and light lunch.