Pawtucket resident recognized with dorothy shackleton anti-hunger leadership award
On May 12th, 2017 the URI Feinstein Center for a Hunger Free America presented the twelfth Dorothy Shackleton Anti-Hunger Leadership Award to Wilson Flores, a 2017 URI graduate with a major in Health Studies… Click here for the full story.
Congratulation to the east bay food pantry, recipient of good and cheap cookbooks!
The URI Feinstein Center for a Hunger Free America is an educational center committed to developing solutions to the problem of hunger in Rhode Island and nationwide. The center promotes education, research, and outreach on the causes and the consequences of hunger and the study of policies and programs aimed at alleviating hunger.
The Hunger Center provides an avenue for students and the community to work together to understand the issues facing low-income people. Students are challenged through the interdisciplinary experiences as they engage in a didactic learning process with our community partners (i.e. social service agencies, volunteer organizations, state government). The work of the Hunger Center not only enhances a student’s individual professional training, but their lives, and the lives of those around them. The Hunger Center responds to the URI mission statement through its commitment to “students’ ethical development … and addressing the rapidly changing needs of the state, the country, and the world”.
The URI Feinstein Center for a Hunger Free America was founded in 1999 as a partnership between the Feinstein Foundation and the University of Rhode Island. The Hunger Center is located on the second floor of Tyler Hall (room 201) on the Kingston campus, with a satellite office at the URI Providence campus (room 217).