New research spearheaded by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange suggests that rates of food insecurity may be underreported by as much as one-third and that surveying more frequently to ask people about their recent experiences could produce better results.
Volunteers in the Good2Go club deliver groceries each week to those unable to make it to a food bank. [4 min read]
John Wilson is working to improve the well-being of Angelenos through two USC Dornsife Public Exchange projects. [5 min read]
Nearly 1 million Los Angeles County residents are still food insecure, according to a new report spearheaded by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange. [2¾ min read]
Slightly more than a quarter of residents made improvements to their diet, while just under a quarter reported a move to less healthy nutrition. [2¾ min read]
Research conducted through USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange shows that a growing number of L.A. County residents are struggling to feed their families. [6½ min read]
New research spearheaded by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange reveals the extent of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the ability of Los Angeles County residents to afford food. Peaking in April, food insecurity remains significantly higher than pre-pandemic levels. [4¾ min read]
Mork Family Scholar is revolutionizing how discarded fruit and vegetable pulp from trendy juiceries is used, turning the formerly trashed waste into healthy, high-fiber foods.
Two groups of students from USC Dornsife’s Spatial Sciences Institute present winning ideas that address food security in underserved Morocco.