Food-related Student Groups
Student groups play an important role within the food system on campus and represent collective student action within that system. The data in this infographic are based on responses to a Berkeley Food Institute survey of individuals involved in food-related student groups, conducted in spring 2017. The responses have been compared to the UC Berkeley demographics data to see how closely food-related student group members represent the campus-wide population. We also asked students to comment on equity and inclusion issues within groups and to think of possible solutions for their specific group. The survey reached a total of 415 students involved in food-related student groups. We received 112 responses over the 2 week period it was open. Our response rate was about 27%. We would like to acknowledge the limitations to this survey and data visualization as a result. Our results for food-related student groups are being compared to UC Berkeley as a whole, not to other student groups. Since we were not able to capture this piece of data, we may miss an interesting, and potentially enlightening, comparison to information about students who participate in other campus groups. Learn more about UC Berkeley food-related student groups here.
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