Graduate Award Search
Harshman Graduate Scholarship in Food Systems [E5948]
|Donor(s):||The Harshman Foundation|
|Value:||1 award of $5,000|
Selection will be based on the quality of the student’s statement of research interest/academic intent in the graduate application and the feasibility of the proposed research as documented in a one-page letter of support from the proposed faculty research advisor. Faculty research advisors may nominate students who have submitted an application to pursue a Master's program in CSAHS by February 1. CSAHS Graduate Officers/Coordinators of each department will nominate up to 3 students per department by February 1 based on their Master's Admission Application.
Students entering a Master’s program in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences who have a minimum average of 80% in the last two years of study and who are working in the area of food systems which may include food distribution, food sustainability, food security, small family farming, local food and rural change. A maximum of three applications per department or program of study will be considered.