Baylor University aspires to leverage its capabilities and expertise to address systemic problems facing our world. THI is a project at Baylor University that implements strategies to alleviate hunger through research, education, policy, and community engagement. Our Research Fellows Program promotes an interdisciplinary approach to advancing research and classroom engagement on poverty and food insecurity topics. Research Fellows impact food insecurity through 1) the facilitation of interdisciplinary collaboration among scholars and 2) the strategic dissemination of research findings to stakeholders and policymakers. If you're interested in becoming a THI Research Fellow or would like to know more about the program, contact Erin Nolen.

Our current fellows are from Baylor University and also other colleges and universities across the country. They come from across disciplines and each bring unique insight toward solving the problem of food insecurity.

Research Fellows

Nathan F. Alleman
Associate Professor, Higher Education Studies,
Baylor University
Joshua Been
Digital Scholarship Librarian, Baylor University
Stephanie Boddie
Church and Community Ministries, Baylor University
Mike Hole
Research Fellow

Graduate Fellows