Connecting, Convening and Multiplying Best Practices
The Hunger Solutions Institute (HSI) was established by the College of Human Sciences and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station at Auburn University in February 2012 in an effort to further Auburn’s nationally recognized efforts in food security domestically and globally.
A foundational principle of the HSI is that hunger is a solvable problem, but only when the relevant knowledge from all academic disciplines is combined with the abilities and strengths of all sectors. By creating multi-sector partnerships at the community, state and global levels, HSI shares knowledge and best practices and creates multi-sector coalitions to leverage the power of collective action.
|Susan Hubbard||Dean of Auburn University College of Human Sciences; Executive Director of the Hunger Solutions Institute|
|Alicia Powers||Managing Director of the Hunger Solutions Institute|
|Kate Thornton||Director of Global Education in the Auburn University College of Human Sciences; Director of Academic Initiatives of the Hunger Solutions Institute|
|Roger Thurow||Scholar in Residence at Auburn University College of Human Sciences|
|June Henton||Professor and Dean Emeritus of the Auburn University College of Human Sciences|
|Harriet Giles||Professor Emeritus; Former Managing Director of the Hunger Solutions Institute|