UMN Grad student research opp: USDA Food for Progress Sustainability Assessment

Graduate Student Research Opportunity: USDA Food for Progress Sustainability Assessment

Deadline: October 29th
 
The SBC is conducting a two-year evaluation to determine the sustainability of three completed Food for Progress projects. In these sustainability assessments, the group will be identifying if, and to what extent, Food for Progress development activities and recommended practises have been sustained since the project's end, and what practises growers have or plan to continue.

At this phase in the project we are seeking outstanding graduate students to help us: design evaluation methods, collect and analyze data, and conduct field work in-country. This opportunity is fully funded and all expenses will be paid.

To learn more about this work please go to the below websites
https://www.sbc.umn.edu/sustainability-assessment
https://www.sbc.umn.edu/ffpr-student-research

If you have questions please email britta@umn.edu  [Note: she is MDP alum from UMN]

Britta Hansen Collaborative Research Specialist
Stakman-Borlaug Center for Sustainable Plant Health
University of Minnesota
Office: 612-626-3602
Mobile: 651-280-9499
https://www.sbc.umn.edu/
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Britta@umn.edu

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