University of Vermont graduate student Jessie Mazur presented her findings to the question: Why are migrant workers in the state’s food industry going hungry? Colleen Hammelman, a Ph.D. candidate at Temple University, spoke on the subject of “Insecure Urban Foodscapes” by contrasting the experiences of 72 migrant women living in poverty in Medellín, Colombia, and Washington, DC. She traces the urban foodscapes which migrant women living in urban poverty seek to navigate in order to survive. Both Medellín and DC struggle to meet the needs of growing marginalized groups living in poverty. In these cities, migrant women undertake complex, interconnected strategies to cope with food insecurity influenced by various factors such as affordability, transportation, safety, and availability of desired goods.