* 1. How valuable were the following aspects of the Forum?

  Not Valuable Somewhat Valuable Valuable Highly Valuable
Opening Luncheon, featuring Walsh Pres. Jusseaume and Ambassador Tony Hall
Panel Discussing the Role of Universities in Open Data
Panel Discussing Role of Universities in Ending Food Waste
Opening Dinner & Keynote addresses, with NFL player Kelvin Beachum and FAO Director Vimlendra Sharan
Rockefeller Food Waste Workshop
PUSH “Moving Forward” open discussion

* 2. How much do you agree with the following statements?

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Agree Strongly Agree
This was a valuable opportunity to share and network with leaders from other schools.
The sessions increased my knowledge of university efforts to reduce food waste on university campuses.
I left feeling like there was a way I could contribute to reducing food waste on my campus.
The sessions increased my knowledge about the importance of open data as an accelerant to food & nutrition security.
I left feeling like I could contribute to my campus’ use of open data to solve hunger and food-waste related problems.

* 3. Did you attend the Trash Hunger, Not Food workshop on Friday Morning?

* 4. If you attended the workshop, how much do you agree with the following statements.

  N/A Strongly Disagree Disagree Agree Strongly Agree
The Trash Hunger, Not Waste Guide, which was handed out, will be a useful asset for me to use on my college campus
The associated website, campusfoodwaste.org, will be a useful asset to help my campus address food waste
The speakers and panels presented useful information that was complimentary to the toolkit and that I will use in the future

* 5. I will share what I learned from the Trash Hunger, Not Food Workshop with the following: 

* 6. Would you like to receive additional copies of the Trash Hunger, Not Food toolkit?  If so, please tell us how many and where to ship them.

* 7. Do you have any other comments, ideas, or concerns regarding the PUSH Leaders Forum?