“They can learn how to purchase food more sustainably; they can learn just basic food skills that many people don’t have. Once they learn those skills, they can teach that to their peers.” – Dr. Matthews. Dr. Matthews was interviewed by Radio Western about her […]
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Dr. Matthews and Anne Zok made an invited presentation entitled, Foodservice partnership adds value while improving student health, at the National Association of College and University Foodservices (NACUFS) in Baltimore, MD. (July 2014)
Dr. Dworatzek and Anne Zok were invited speakers at the Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference in Ottawa (June 2014). Their presentation was entitled, University food services: Catalysts for change to the food environment.
FRESH was featured in the OHEA Food Literacy blog for receiving a Healthy Eating in Secondary Schools grant from the Ministry of Education, to launch FRESH High at Oakridge Secondary School.
FRESH’s expansion into the Oakridge Secondary School made the Top Ten news stories in Academica. Introducing FRESH into the school was made possible by a Healthy Eating in Secondary Schools grant from the Ministry of Education.
In April 2014, Dr. Matthews was interviewed by Fanshawe Radio and Western Radio regarding the Healthy Eating in Secondary School grant from the Ministry of Education to implement the FRESH program at OakridgeSecondary School.
The London Community News highlighted FRESH receiving a Healthy Eating in Secondary Schools grant from the Ministry of Education, in order to implement FRESH High at Oakridge Secondary School. “Dworatzek called the program ‘a wonderful opportunity’ to reach more youth and to change the food […]
Program Aims to get London High School Students to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables – London Free Press
“A successful university program to get students eating more fruits and vegetables is heading to one London high school this fall.” The London Free Press wrote an article about FRESH receiving a Healthy Eating in Secondary Schools grant from the Ministry of Education at Oakridge […]