Food from Thought is a research program at the University of Guelph funded in part by a $76.6-million grant from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund. Food from Thought will position Canada as a global leader in the development of innovative solutions that improve both the sustainability and productivity of agricultural production at global, landscape and micro scales.
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Food from Thought at the University of Guelph is now accepting applications for a new funding opportunity for graduate students, Leadership Skills for Communicating Change in the Agri-food Sector. Food from Thought is seeking emerging scholars who are passionately committed to fostering sustainable agriculture, promoting nutritious and equitable diets, and developing resilient supply chains for a successful Canadian agri-food system.
These scholarships (up to twelve) are valued at $10,000 to support University of Guelph graduate students whose research focuses on agriculture and food.
Successful applicants will participate in UNIV*6050, a 2-semester graduate course where students collaborate in multi-disciplinary teams with an external partner on a project related to a key agri-food challenge.
Please visit the OGPS website for competition details.
Application deadline for Fall 2023: July 19, 2023
Students entering or registered in any full-time graduate program who will be participating in research focused on agriculture and food and who are (or will be) registered in UNIV*6050 Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Agri-Food Systems for the first time in the upcoming fall semester are eligible to apply.
UNIV*6050 is a two-semester course. The next course offering is Fall 2023/Winter 2024. To be eligible to receive scholarship payments, successful applicants must remain registered in UNIV*6050 in the fall and winter semesters.
Arrell Scholars, Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance–Food from Thought HQP Award Recipients and anyone who has already taken the UNIV*6050 course are not eligible.
Maximum Project Value
Scholarships are valued at $10,000.
If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.
How to Apply
Please visit the OGPS website for details on how to apply and more information on the selection criteria.