A working drawing of what the café space will look like as of now.

'A' is for Audrey at Geisel Library Cafe

Cafe in UC San Diego's flagship building set to open in spring.

red tractor in Chicago

UC Food Observer marks its first anniversary

A look back at first-year highlights and a look ahead to the coming year.

Wurster Hall, where Charles Phan’s newest eatery will feature his trademark organic international food

Slanted Door restaurateur to open new cafe at UC Berkeley

Charles Phan, who studied architecture at Berkeley in the 1980s, says his newest venture — to be located in Wurster Hall, home of the College of Environmental Design — will feature organic international food, his culinary trademark. T

You won't see waste like this around UCR. Multiple programs have significantly reduced food waste on campus, through recycling programs and raising awareness with speakers such as journalist and author Jonathan Bloom on Feb. 16 and 17.

Why do we waste so much food, and why does it matter?

Food waste expert Jonathan Bloom, author of 'American Wasteland,' to speak at UC Riverside Feb. 16 and Palm Desert Center Feb. 17.

Saru Jayaraman and Mark Bittman

'Forked': Rating eateries on how they treat workers

In new book, UC Berkeley's Saru Jayaraman — a leading expert on what it’s like to work in the restaurant industry — offers 14 case studies and ranks working conditions at eateries ranging from greasy-spoon diners to national chains and white-tablecloth venues.

Citrus greening disease studied by UC Riverside

Uncoding a citrus tree killer

UC Riverside-led team awarded $4 million grant to fight disease using CRISPR technology developed at UC Berkeley.

Jillian Michaels to speak at UC Riverside about food and fitness

The "Biggest Loser" coach will address healthy habits and motivation Feb. 10.


Increasing food literacy

From orchard to campus, efforts are growing to enhance food literacy.

Creating good 'food citizens' for future food equity and security

UCLA Food Studies Graduate Certificate Program taking applications starting Feb. 1, selected students to begin fall 2016.

Meiling Gao (left), a 2015 USAID fellow from UC Berkeley with Juliana Hernández in Colombia

Going global: UC fellows to tackle development projects

Approximately 40 graduate students from four UC campuses have been selected for USAID fellowships co-sponsored by the UC Global Food Initiative.