What will I learn?

Overview

We tackle the most important problems facing the food system today.

FEED Lab is a course in which entrepreneurial and motivated students, engaged industry-thought leaders, and deeply experienced and connected faculty work together to design solutions to some of the food system’s most consequential problems. Whether you’re passionate about transforming the food system, or merely curious to explore it, all students in this course will leave with practical design skills, enhanced leadership abilities, and confidence that their work will leave a lasting impact on the organizations with whom we collaborate. Students who complete this course gain access to the broad network of the FEED Collaborative, whose mission is to equip and inspire the next generation of leaders in the food system, and to connect them to meaningful opportunities after Stanford. To learn more about the FEED Collaborative, visit https://feedcollab.stanford.edu/.

 

Learn With

Teaching Team

Matt Rothe
Co Founder, Stanford FEED Collaborative

Debra Dunn
Co-Founder, Stanford FEED Collaborative

FAQs

Any questions?

How can I contact the teaching team?

matt@dschool.stanford.edu

Details

  • Spring 2019

  • EARTHSYS 289

  • 3 – 4 Units

  • Letter Grade or Credit/No Credit

  • T/Th 1:30 – 3:20pm

  • Studio 1

Apply

Apply by Friday, March 8th, 11:59pm.

Applications are closed.

Accepting 24 Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Fellows & Post-Docs.