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A Conversation with CHASP Faculty Fellow Dr. Erin Lentz

Dec. 6, 2018

Erin Lentz, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor and food policy scholar at The University of Texas at Austin LBJ School of Public Affairs. She received a Ph.D. in sociology and an M.S. in applied economics and management from Cornell University. She received a Fulbright fellowship to Bangladesh to research the secondary effects of food aid in local communities. She has worked or consulted with CARE, the United Nations World Food Program and numerous other international NGOs on markets, food security and food assistance programs.

Dr. Erin Lentz Op-Ed on Cost of U.S. Maritime Cargo Preferences on Food Aid

June 22, 2018

The U.S. is, by far, the world’s largest food aid donor, contributing more than 40% of the global food aid that helps feed the hungry.

Dr. Erin Lentz: New Policy Report on International Food Policy and the Next Farm Bill

Oct. 19, 2017

Food aid and international food assistance from the United States is crucial to addressing the humanitarian crises gripping the globe today. The country’s role offers a highly visible symbol of Americans’ commitment to feed the world’s hungry.

CHASP Faculty Fellow Updates – December 2016

Dec. 1, 2016

As always, our CHASP Faculty Fellows have been busy this semester. Have a look at what they’ve been working on in addition to teaching:

Dr. Erin Lentz on Gender and Nutrition

Nov. 28, 2016

LBJ professor and CHASP faculty fellow, Dr. Erin Lentz, recently published an op-ed on hunger and domestic violence in Bangladesh that was featured in The Hill.

Dr. Erin Lentz and Raj Patel: A Balanced, Food Systems Plan for the City of Austin

March 1, 2016

How does an urban city like Austin develop a food systems plan that enables economic development, environmental improvement, and public health– while balancing often-exclusionary concerns of elites?

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