Becky Dobosy ’14 Travels to Italy to Explore Global Hunger Issues and Career Opportunities

posted 2012.04.06 In her efforts as a nutrition sciences major to address malnutrition in developing nations, Becky Dobosy ‘14 never expected to find herself in Western Europe, let alone Rome. As a member of the Alternative Service Break Italy team, Dobosy crossed the Atlantic to spend her spring break on a service-learning experience focusing on world hunger. Rome serves as the headquarters for the world’s leading international agricultural organizations that work to alleviate world hunger and promote sustainable development. Over
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Ellen Orabone ’10 Committed to Addressing Hunger Issues

Ellen Orabone ‘10 plans to pursue a career which will allow her to address hunger through an approach involving community development and sustainable farming. Orabone has served as a team leader for a hunger issues Alternative Service Break trip to Italy, and worked for the NC State University Sustainability Office. She is the recipient of the Forbes Leadership Award and four Institute of Food Technologists scholarships. Orabone has studied abroad in Peru and Costa Rica, and interned with Land O’
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Park Scholar Receives Hunger Leadership Award

John Coggin ’09 has received the first President William Jefferson Clinton Hunger Leadership Award. John was presented the award on January 26, 2009 at an NC State Millennium Seminar. President Clinton spoke on ”The Way Forward,” discussing the challenges facing the new presidential administration and issuing a call for a ”how to” generation to tackle problems such as world hunger. Click the link below to be redirected to the NC State website and read the full story. ~posted 2009.02.02