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Celebrate the legacy of Professor Ray Goldberg by helping to continue his
work of teaching, mentoring, and improving the world food system!
As part of that effort, Harvard University has approved the creation of a faculty chair to be named in his honor once sufficient funding is raised. We are now collectively moving forward to achieve that significant goal, and we hope you will participate with us. “Us” includes devotees from the following parts of Ray’s life: the Harvard Kennedy School, Ray’s Research Assistants from HBS and HKS, former students, former attendees of his senior management seminars at Harvard and around the globe.
Also included are corporate leaders who have been mentored by Ray as are colleagues leading both large and small businesses of all stripes.
Finally, among us are friends from every corner of the planet who regularly experienced the influence and inspiration of Ray’s career dedication to our world food system and all who participate in it.
Professor Ray Goldberg
Establish the Ray A. Goldberg Professorship of the Global Food System Harvard University-Wide Chair
Harvard University has long enjoyed an international reputation as a thought leader on the world food system, in no small part due to the groundbreaking work of Professor Ray A. Goldberg during his research and teaching career at Harvard Business School, Harvard Kennedy School and his work inspiring the next generation through seminars at Harvard College. In addition, Ray has also been a pioneer in bringing together and harnessing the expertise and resources of the many schools of the University and their alumni to work together on research impacting the global food system. In order to continue and expand the important global contributions that have defined Ray’s lifework at Harvard University, we are establishing an endowed University-wide Chair of the Global Food System.
Why Harvard: The Importance of Harvard’s Resources and Teaching (2:35)
Why an Interdisciplinary Approach to Food Matters (2:19)
What Challenges Remain? (2:25)
Dick Veerman Interviews Ray Goldberg
"IFAMA has to broaden its base and involve environmentalists, scientists and medics"’