Food Safety & Security

Food Safety & Security

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Registration is open for:
Summer 2019

Program Dates: June 27-July 26, 2019

Academic Credits: 2 credits per course, 3 courses possible

Application Deadline: February 28 (VATAT applications); May 1 (All others)

The Food Safety & Security Summer Institute is a unique program offering graduate-level students the tools to meet the growing need for a new generation of well-rounded academics who can combine their specific expertise with a broad understanding of food security related issues. Beyond the high level academic courses, students will participate in an exciting social and cultural program that will allow them to interact with other students and to be exposed to Israeli agricultural innovation. The purpose of this program is to explore the many dimensions of food security. Together, students and lecturers from different countries and disciplines develop a new “language” of food security – in a manner of true interdisciplinary education.

 

2 tracks are offered to give students the ability to delve deeper into specific fields: Agriculture and Policy and Nutrition. These tracks offer students the ability to delve deeper into specific fields. The tracks will begin with an Introduction to Food Security course covering global food security issues ranging from modern approaches to crop development and agro economics to the intersection between health, agriculture, post-harvest, and nutrition.

  • Agriculture The Agriculture Track will cover advanced topics in plant biology including desert agriculture, and plant epigenetics and gene expression in changing environments. Students should hold a BSc degree in plant sciences, agriculture, biotechnology, forestry, or a related field. Students must have a strong background in biology.
  • Policy and Nutrition The Policy and Nutrition Track will cover topics in policy and economics of food security (international development and agricultural economics), and nutrition.. Students should hold an undergraduate degree in any relevant humanities, social sciences or health field, for example: public health, economics, policy, law, geography, international development

In addition to coursework, TAU International offers social activities and trips around the country, such as to the North, the Dead Sea and Jerusalem, are conducted by our Madrichim. Precise dates for these will be announced closer to the program start date.

Information on the 2019 Summer Program is coming soon! To view details on the past Summer 2018 curriculum, please visit our web site here.

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