Chapman University Master of Food Science National Needs Fellowship
- The National Needs Fellowship (NFF) Program sponsored by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture provides support to train outstanding MS students in specific targeted expertise shortage areas: Food Science and Human Nutrition. These newly admitted students to the M.S. in Food Science engage in rigorous coursework and experiential learning. Fellows graduating from this program are suited for advanced Food & Agriculture placements in industry, research, or policy
Eligible applicants: BIPOC [Black, Indigenous, People of Color] AND/OR First-generation [neither of whose parents completed a baccalaureate degree; or in the case of any individual who regularly resided with and received support from only one parent, an individual whose only such parent did not complete a baccalaureate degree], who are Citizens or permanent resident of the United States of America and meet requirements for admission to the MS Food Science program at Chapman University
- The NNF Fellowship offers $18,500/year for 2 years and scholarship support (nearly 50% of tutition). More funding may also be available.