Hugh Joseph-Friedman Faculty
Hugh Joseph
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

Project Developer, New Entry Sustainable Farming Project


Ph.D. in Nutrition, Tufts University

Contact Information
(617) 636-3788
(617) 636-2714
General Research: 

Food systems, community food security, community food programs, local food systems, local agriculture, food assistance programs lined to local ag.

Current Research: 

Beginning Farmers; sustainable diets, food costs, WIC F&V Voucher program

Past Research: 

Elder nutrition service programs, community food assessment, Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program, environmental dietary guidelines for sustainability, cost-benefit for nutrition programs, immigrant farming

Professional Affiliations

CNS, LN certifications; community food projects; beginning farmer programs; Grantsmanship; local, regional and national food policy work.

Select Recent Publications

Martin KS, Rogers BL, Cook JT, Joseph HM. Social capital is associated with decreased risk of hunger. Social Science & Medicine. 2004;58:2645-54.