Cornell University/University of Massachusetts Food Science Summer Scholars Program

http://foodscience.cornell.edu/cals/foodsci/academics/fsscholars/index.cfm

Besides research experience, participants learn about various career opportunities within food science, take field trips to area industries (large and small), as well as meet on a semi-weekly basis to discuss various topics including Ethics in Food Science, Applying for Graduate School, Product Development, Learning from Research, and more. On the last day of the program, scholars are given the opportunity to present their research to an audience of peers. The goal of the research is to train participants to plan and conduct experiments, to evaluate data resulting from experiments, and to communicate research results through oral and written reports.

Host Institution(s)

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)
University of Massachusetts (Amherst, MA)

Citizenship Requirements

International students are allowed to apply.

Eligibility

Applications are invited from undergraduate students with preference being given to current sophomores and juniors majoring in a physical or biological science with an interest in pursuing graduate studies in one of the sub disciplines of food science (food microbiology, food chemistry, food engineering, sensory science) Applications from qualified members of underrepresented minorities are also strongly encouraged.

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