Bridget Taylor examines themes related to agriculture and the effects of globalized industrial food production with Professor Susanne Wengle in the political science department. Most recently, Taylor is analyzing production and yield quantities in the dairy, fruit, vegetable, and meat sectors in post-Soviet countries. She assists in the project by collecting data and gathering information for case studies. In the past, Taylor has worked on investigating political and social factors that lead to the rise of obesity in Brazil, Russia, and Mexico as well as exploring sustainability measures in the dairy industries of the United States and Germany. She accomplished analysis of this through literature review and compilation of summaries. Taylor enjoys the opportunity to engage in the way the cultivation, distribution, and consumption of food shapes society.

Electrical Engineering
Current Research

Research Interests
Impacts of industrialized food systems and sustainable food production

Current Research
Factors that lead to obesity in countries with emerging economies