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Michael W. Hamm

C.S. Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture

Michigan State University

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Michigan State University

541 E. Grand River Map

East Lansing, Michigan,48823

United States

Company Description

Founded in 2003, the MSU Product Center helps Michigan entrepreneurs develop and commercialize high-value, consumer-responsive products and businesses in the agriculture, natural resources and bioeconomy sectors. The Center's statewide network of innovation co... more

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Background Information

Employment History

C.S. Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture

MSU Student Organic Farm


Affiliations

Columbia University

NIH Post-Doctoral Fellow


Food Solutions New England

2011 Summit Delegate


Mason Soccer Club

Board Member


Local Food Association

Board Member


American Society for Nutritional Sciences

Member


Governor-appointed Michigan Food Policy Council

Member


AFHVS

Council Member


Eastern Market Corporation

Board Member


W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Food and Fitness Initiative

National Advisory Committee


The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee

Advisor


Education

Rutger's Cook College


B.A.

Biology

Northwestern University


MSC President


Ph.D.

human nutrition

University of Minnesota


Web References(178 Total References)


Staff Coaches

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Mike Hamm
Mike has a BA in Biology from Northwestern University, a Ph.D. in human nutrition from Univ. of Minn., and was a fellow at Columbia University's Institute of Human Nutrition. He was on the Nutritional Sciences faculty at Rutgers University for 19 years prior to joining the faculty at MSU in 2003. Among his university duties he has served as advisor and mentor to hundreds of undergraduate students. He started playing soccer in 1957 in his hometown of St. Louis, MO (yes, it was a US soccer mecca in the 50's and 60's). In those days you started 11v11 in first grade with a 1-2-3-5 formation - he played everything from goal to forward. Soccer has progressed here. He played competitively into high school and has played recreationally ever since - this includes pick-up games in NYC (where he lived for six years) with players from around the world. He has been coaching for thirteen years in the Lansing area. He is really excited to join the Chill coaching staff and bring his training and experience to the pitch to help players in the Lansing area both improve their game and learn to enjoy it for the rest of their lives.


Training Program Instructors/Staff

www.msuorganicfarm.com [cached]

Mike Hamm - CS Mott Endowed Chair for Sustainable Agriculture


BoardofDirectors

www.detroiteasternmarket.com [cached]

Michael Hamm
Michigan State University


Urban farming is booming, but what does it really yield? | DISASTER Recovery Manager

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Michael Hamm, a professor of sustainable agriculture at Michigan State University, calculated that the city, which has just under 700,000 residents and more than 100,000 vacant lots (many of which can be purchased, thanks to the city's recent bankruptcy, for less than the price of a refrigerator), could grow three quarters of its current vegetable consumption and nearly half its fruit consumption on available parcels of land using biointensive methods.


The True Cost of American Food - Sustainable Food Trust

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Michael Hamm
Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at Michigan State University


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