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Field Reports

Food Insecurity On Campus: A University Of Rhode Island Case Study

Pierre Collins, Emerson Fellow
Published 2019

Kingston, Rhode Island

Food insecurity exists when there is a lack of, or inconsistent access to, adequate, affordable, and nutritious food. Food insecurity is associated with a wide range of health and behavioral outcomes among children, adults, and seniors. Furthermore, food insecurity can have adverse effects on students’ ability to succeed in an academic environment. This study investigates the prevalence of food insecurity among students at The University of Rhode Island, a large land grant state university.

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Pierre Collins

Emerson Fellow,