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  • 1. coursera.orgMARCH 07, 2013 Statement of AccomplishmentJAMES PATRICK HOWARD, IIHAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYS OFFERING OF An Introduction to the U.S. Food System: Perspectives from Public Health This online course taught by faculty from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future provides an introduction to the U.S. food system and how food production practices and what we choose to eat impacts the world in which we live.KEEVE E. NACHMAN, PHD, MHS PROFESSOR ROBERT S. LAWRENCE, MDASSISTANT SCIENTIST THE CENTER FOR A LIVABLE FUTUREDEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROFESSOR IN ENVIRONMENTALSCIENCES HEALTH SCIENCESBLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTHJOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYPLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE OFFERING OF THIS CLASS DOES NOT REFLECT THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OFFERED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED ATTHE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT THE JOHNSHOPKINS UNIVERSITY IN ANY WAY. IT DOES NOT CONFER A JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY GRADE; IT DOES NOT CONFER JOHNS HOPKINSUNIVERSITY CREDIT; IT DOES NOT CONFER A JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY DEGREE; AND IT DOES NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THESTUDENT.