Full Video Series
The full set of presentations and discussions is here.
Date: April 4, 2022
Time: 10:30am eastern – 5:30pm eastern
Please join us for this long-form webinar recognizing the recent completion of 25 years of U.S. household food security measurement. This event will include presentations by participants in a small grants program that USDA supported in cooperation with Parke Wilde of Tufts University and Irma Arteaga of the University of Missouri (https://sites.tufts.edu/foodsec25/). The papers presented at this conference will be submitted for a special issue of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (JAND). The webinar is free with registration required.
|10:50-11:10am||Setting the Stage. Irma Arteaga, University of Missouri. Parke Wilde, Tufts University.|
|11:10-11:30am||Validity Evidence for the Use of the USDA Adult Food Security Survey Module with American Indian and Alaska Native Adults. Cassandra Nguyen, Washington State University.|
|11:30-11:50am||Measuring Food Insecurity in Latino Families: Expanding Understanding of their Experiences Through Exploratory Interviewing and Cognitive Testing. Amanda McClain, San Diego State University. Cassandra Maria Johnson, Texas State University. Katherine Dickin, Cornell University|
|11:50am-12:05pm||Discussant I: Hilary Seligman|
|1:00-1:20pm||Structural Violence and Food Security: Building a Framework to Expand Research and Measurement. Chelsea Singleton, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Tulane University|
|1:20-1:40pm||Developing a Disaster Food Security Scale. Lauren Clay, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Stephanie Rogus, New Mexico State University|
|1:40-1:55pm||Discussant II: Mariana Chilton|
|2:50-3:10pm||Validation of an Abbreviated Child and Adult Food Security Scale (ACAFSS). Ana Poblacion, Boston University School of Medicine.|
|3:10-3:30pm||Personal Food Security. David Ribar, Georgia State University. Rodrigo Aranda, Georgia State University.|
|3:30-3:45pm||Discussant III: William Masters|
|4:30-4:50pm||Reflections. Alisha Coleman-Jensen, USDA ERS. Christian Gregory, USDA ERS.|
|4:50-5:30pm||Open question/discussion. Moderated by Parke Wilde, Tufts University|
To mark the 25th anniversary of U.S. household food security measurement, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service (USDA ERS) is supporting a suite of competitive grants on food security measurement methods, data, and future research needs.
The initiative is managed by Tufts University (Dr. Parke Wilde) and the University of Missouri (Dr. Irma Arteaga). A Request for Proposals (RFP) invited proposals for research projects funded up to $50,000 (primarily small projects using secondary data or reviews of the existing research literature) and up to $100,000 (larger projects including primary data collection and new analysis).
Each grantee will produce a written conference paper, present the paper at the conference in April 2022, and produce a manuscript for inclusion in a journal special issue with a draft manuscript due in August and final manuscript due in November 2022.
|Request for proposals release||Nov 16, 2020|
|Informational webinar for applicants||Dec 17, 2020|
|Proposals due||Feb 19, 2021|
|Award notification||Apr 9, 2021|
|Funding period (19 months) begins||May 1, 2021|
|Conference manuscripts due||Mar 28, 2022|
|Food security measurement conference||Apr 4, 2022|
|Manuscripts for journal special issue||Aug 22, 2022|
|Final manuscripts for journal special issue||Nov 11, 2022|