We Will Begin Accepting Applications for Summer 2020 in January.
These individuals will receive a maximum $5,000 summer stipend to enable an intensive summer scholarship opportunity exploring food topics via onsite fieldwork. Students may choose to work domestically or internationally and service and policy proposals will be given a high priority.
Alexandria wrote her senior thesis on the financial sustainability of small scale farming in Durham and Orange county.
Maddy spent a month in New York City and Berlin, Germany interviewing chefs who cook southern food. These interviews are now the basis for her senior thesis.
Kristen collected and analyzed qualitative interviews about the intergenerational and rural-to-urban food transitions of young Shanghai residents.
Maya interviewed farmers in the Central Valley of Oaxaca on local agricultural practices, development and changing consumption practices.