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IFSTAL at Warwick and how to participate

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NEXT EVENT

IFSTAL Launch on Thursday 18th October at 5.30 pm in MS.04 (Zeeman Building). More information and register here.

WHAT IS IFSTAL?
  • Join a large and diverse community of over 1,000 students studying food related issues based at the Universities of Warwick, Reading, Oxford, City and LCIRAH
  • Free online course on food systems thinking
  • Connect with world-renowned experts working on food system challenges
  • Away Days and Summer School for interdisciplinary team based learning and student-workplace networking
  • Links to work and dissertation placements, post-graduation internships and much more...

 
 
 


 


 

 

CAN I JOIN?

  • Are you a student at Warwick? Then YES!

HOW TO JOIN

  • Sign up to IFSTAL via Moodle here.

  • Alternatively, or if you have more questions, contact your local IFSTAL Coordinator Rosemary CollierIFSTAL-Warwick at warwick dot ac dot uk

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Ethical Statement:
IFSTAL is an open, all-inclusive and independent programme. We do not work for or answer to any particular organisation, be that governmental, non-governmental or corporate. We aim to provide as many different perspectives and representations as possible. Collaboration with different workplace organisations does not mean that we endorse their policies.

Code of Conduct/Netiquette:
Participating in IFSTAL, we are committed to working effectively, respectfully and congenially across disciplines and sectors, and to helping our colleagues to do so. To do this, we will be good listeners, clear presenters (avoiding, or explaining, disciplinary jargon) and patient and respectful of different perspectives and views.

Online, we will only post relevant and appropriate information, cite others’ work and ideas accurately, and communicate clearly and respectfully without being abusive or threatening towards others.

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