Big Questions Event, Seattle: How will we sustainably feed nine billion people in 2050?

6:30 PM  - 8:30 PM
Thursday Jan 31, 2019
Museum of Pop Culture
325 5th Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109

Online registration is now officially closed - but if you have not registered yet, you can easily register on site beginning at 6:15 p.m.

Even a simple meal for one involves issues of economics, politics, technology, climate change, and distribution. As our population shifts, people’s diets evolve and food production systems change, as does the complexity of feeding the planet. Feed your mind at this discussion between geography professor Bill Moseley, researcher Julia Morgan ’17, and President Brian Rosenberg about food, agriculture, and research in Burkina Faso through the lens of geography.

If you require ADA accommodations or closed captioning services to make this event accessible or have questions regarding this event, please contact Hannah Mitchell at 651-696-6894 or email

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty and Parents and Families

Admission: Free Event

Sponsored By: Advancement, Alumni Engagement

Categories: Front Page Events, Alumni Events and Lectures and Speakers