Funding

The University of Minnesota Grand Challenges Research Initiative

As a part of the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities Strategic Plan, five Grand Challenge research areas were identified for which the University is well-position to affect the most change. The five areas are: Assuring Clean Water and Sustainable Ecosystems, Fostering Just and Equitable Communities, Advancing Health Through Tailored Solutions, Enhancing Individual and Community Capacity for a Changing World, and Feeding the World Sustainably.1

Addressing two of the five Grand Challenges (Enhancing Individual and Community Capacity for a Changing World and Feeding the World Sustainably), the Hungry to Learn study was one of six projects awarded funding by Phase 3 of the Grand Challenges Research Initiative.

1University of Minnesota. Driving Tomorrow Initiatives—Grand Challenges Research. [Internet]. Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota; © 2020; [cited 2020 Jul 03]. Available from: http://strategic-planning.umn.edu/grand-challenges-research.

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