Members of the University of Central Florida community and the public are invited to “Food 4 Thought,” a weeklong celebration at UCF that will highlight sustainable food.

Events will run from Monday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Nov. 18. They will include a film screening, guest speaker and panel discussion. Other highlights include a luncheon featuring locally-sourced ingredients and a tasting of responsibly-sourced coffee.

A full listing of events can be seen here.

“Food 4 Thought” is hosted by UCF Dining Services in partnership with the UCF Library, I.D.E.A.S. for UCF, E.Co, the UCF General Education Program Unifying Theme and Slow Food Orlando.

Throughout November, UCF Dining Services and the UCF Library also are hosting an exhibit that focuses on sustainable food initiatives at UCF, in the community and throughout the globe.

The green-minded food lovers exhibit includes books such as “Food Rules” by Michael Pollan and “Waste and Want” by Susan Strasser, and films such as “The Cove” and “A Crude Awakening.”