CIBER Focus: Exploring the Industrialization of Food and Its Global Impacts with Andrew Libby
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Andrew Libby discusses his exploration of the industrialization of food and the global impacts. He talks about how he became interested in the topic, and the various policies and trends that support the industrialization of food and commodity crops.
Andrew Libby is the Assistant Director of the Human Biology (HUBI) Program at IU. HUBI is an inter-disciplinary major in the College of Arts and Sciences that explores the complex human dimensions of scientific inquiry. Andrew's current teaching interests revolve around poverty, globalization and the role of global financial institutions like the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the World Trade Organization in international development. Prior to his position in HUBI, Andrew served as the Community Engagement Coordinator for the IU Service-Learning Program and he has a strong commitment to interdisciplinary, experiential teaching and learning.