The ECP College Program provides academic presentations addressing the impact of food choices on human health, the environment and animals to college classrooms across the US. These presentations consider the advanced needs of university students and faculty and approach the content from an analytical perspective. Educators typically lecture to classrooms and auditoriums while fully interacting with students and addressing their questions and comments throughout the presentation.
In addition to the lecture and accompanying visuals, several short videos punctuate the information and expand on students’ ability to absorb and understand the issues and the connections to students’ lives. When appropriate, several hands-on activities can be used with smaller audiences.
See what professors and faculty across many disciplines have said about our presentations:
"My own students introduced me to Ms. Mucke three years ago. I have enjoyed having her speak to my Environmental Studies and Social Problems classes since that introduction. The Educated Choices program on the relationship between animal agriculture, animal welfare, pollution, water usage, deforestation, greenhouse gasses and ultimately our own dietary choices is excellent and students enjoy seeing the issues succinctly connected. The presentation, via the presence of a guest speaker, offers a nice experiential component to an academic topic. The program is a nice mix of accurately vetted data, visual illustrations and open questions about how personal choices are linked to the wider world in which we live. Lorena’s compelling but undogmatic presentation empowers listeners to reflect upon the world they inhabit and consider broad topics of human compassion, critical consciousness and whether or not the diets we daily chose are as optimal for the health of the world as they could be."
~ John O'Sullivan, PhD., Professor of Environmental Studies & Sociology, University of North Georgia, Gainesville, GA
"Diana M. was excellent. She engaged the students incredibly well, including many who tend not to speak up in class. Her knowledge and enthusiasm went above and beyond expected. This is the second time she has presented in a class of mine, and I would gladly have her back anytime. Thank you to Diana and to the Ethical Choices Program -- you are wonderful assets to our students, faculty, and community!"
~ Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology, Southern University, Savannah, GA
"Jackie F. did a fantastic job, she was very respectful, listened to the students questions and opinions and answered all the questions. I am recommending her to my colleagues."
~ College of Education, University West Georgia, Carrollton, GA
"I liked Keith’s presentation so much that I invited to come to the rest of my classes. I really liked his caring style and professionalism. His talk was very informative and my students were engaged and told me that they found it very interesting. I would highly recommend that you invite him in your classes. I plan to invite him back for as long as he is willing to give talks in my classes.”
~ Philosophy Department, University of Akron Wayne College, OH