Students from Norwich and Morrisville campuses will have the opportunity to participate in the Applied Learning Student Showcase in the Spring 2023 semester and present their applied learning experiences and projects in service learning, civic engagement, undergraduate research, internships, practicums, clinical work, etc. Students that register to present will be asked to reflect on the United Nations 17 Sustainability Development Goals and summarize which goal their project might support the best, connecting their experience to sustainability and community.
Student registration begins March 2023.
Angela Ferguson grew up on the Tuscarora Nation territories in western New York, where she learned about the care and preparation of traditional foods. A dedicated grower, today Angela is the Supervisor of the Onondaga Nation farm. The farm practices all aspects of Food Sovereignty for their community. Her many passions include Haudenosaunee Traditional Agriculture, Seed Caring, Bee Keeping, Foraging, Traditional Cooking Methods, Maple Tapping, Knowledge Sharing, Haudenosaunee Nutrition Education, Youth Mentorship, & Traditional Hide Tanning. She also loves to cook Traditional foods for the people & leaders of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. She travels across the Americas to expand her knowledge about Indigenous heritage seeds and food preparation as one of the founding coordinators of Braiding the Sacred, an Indigenous network of corn growers across Turtle Island. (from braidingthesacred.org)