Seton Hill University is proud to present its 13th World Food Day Forum, “Choices for a Warm and Hungry Planet,” on Friday, October 17 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. The forum will be held in room 206 of the Administration Building on Seton Hill’s Greensburg, Pa. campus. It is free and open to the public.

Seton Hill’s World Food Day Forum speakers will be: Janice Sandrick, Ph.D., director of Seton Hill’s Coordinated Program in Nutrition/Dietetics; Jamie Fornsaglio, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology at Seton Hill; Ms. Marlene Kozak, director of the Westmoreland County Food Bank; Doina Vlad, Ph.D., associate professor of business at Seton Hill; Catherine Guinta, Ph.D., associate professor of business at Seton Hill, and Seton Hill students Brittany Farrell (of McKees Rocks, Pa.), and Giovanna Wenino (of Telford, Pa.)

Seton Hill’s 13th World Food Day Forum is sponsored by the Seton Hill Business Program, the Seton Hill student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, and Seton Hill’s Human Resource Management class.

About World Food Day
World Food Day was established by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1979, and is celebrated each year in more than 150 countries on or around October 16 to commemorate the date of the FAO’s founding in 1945. The World Food Day and TeleFood (a campaign of concerts, sporting events and other activities to harness the power of media, celebrities and concerned citizens to help fight hunger) theme for 2008 is “Helping to Build a World without Hunger.” More information about World Food Day can be found at