A Place at the Table is a film that explores how we have the means to end hunger and malnutrition in America, yet many of our national policies and food industry resources make it almost impossible to do so.

The film covers an important discussion that is taking place in the Chapman University Food Science Program. Food Science is the discipline in which scientists use biology, chemistry, physical sciences, psychology, and engineering to study the properties of foods. They develop innovative ways to process, preserve, or package food, thereby making our food supply safer, sustainable, and more nutritious.

We are inviting the public, hunger fighters and supporters of Community Action Partnership of Orange County, and our Orange County Food Bank to be part of the dialogue to end hunger in America. Join us for this free film screening and a panel discussion afterwards.  Details below:

Date & Time: April 23, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location: Argyros Forum 119B
Parking and directions: Please visit the Maps & Directions page
Contact: Dr. Lilian Were (were@chapman.edu)

No need to RSVP.