“Students and GRAs…are acquiring significant teaching and research experience within a project that brings the university to the communities and vice- versa. The skills acquired through working with the CURA project will create highly qualified personnel in all fields of food system analysis”
As a condition of the grant offered by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Community-University Research Alliances(CURA) like the Think Eat Green @ School project must submit an initial Milestone Report providing information as to the progress and performance of the project following the first 12 months of activity. A chance to formally establish milestones, determine which activities are head or behind schedule, and to plan for future activities and outcomes. And, also infromally to celebrate success, analyze obstacles, and build excitement for the future of Think & Eat Green @ School.
Download the Think & Eat Green @ School Milestone Report.