Transformative Food Systems Fellowship - Undergraduates - University of Michigan
The TFS Fellowship is a two-year opportunity for master’s students who are traditionally underrepresented in food systems studies and careers. Supporting two cohorts of master’s students who enroll in the Fall of 2022 and Fall 2023, the TFS Fellowship offers a stipend, international summer travel award, and tuition scholarships -- with a total estimated value of $85,000.
3 Degree Options
TFS Fellows will participate in several interdisciplinary food systems classes and complete a field experience project while earning a master’s degree in either:
- Nutritional Sciences (School of Public Health)
- School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS)
- Urban and Regional Planning (Taubman College)
The Transformative Food Systems Fellowship is open to applicants who are:
- Applying, but not enrolled yet, in a Master’s program in the School for Environment and Sustainability, Urban and Regional Planning Program, or the Nutritional Sciences Department in the School of Public Health
- U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, or legal permanent resident of the U.S.
- Underrepresented in food systems studies and careers
Applications for the first class of Fellows in 2022 are due by January 31, 2022. Separate admission applications are required for the TFS Fellowship and also the SPH, SEAS or URP Master’s degree programs. Learn more here
Upcoming Interactive Webinar
Join us for an interactive webinar on October 26 at 6:30pm to learn more about the TFS Fellowship. Meet our faculty, ask questions, and learn about what makes this new Fellowship so unique and exciting. Register here