The World Food Policy Center offers educational learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Please click on the button below and complete the student intake form if you are interested in working with us. On the form, you will be asked about your research skills and interests so that we can match you with the best possible opportunity. You will be contacted by a center staff member. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Zoubek at email@example.com.
Types of student engagement opportunities available
The center supports independent study projects for students on a case by case basis, depending on the topic fit for center faculty and staff. Projects must be approved prior to registering for independent study credit.
We recruit masters students over the summer and early in the fall semester. We often engage students in support of our own research projects, but do support students in their own thesis-level research on a case by case basis.
We typically offer research opportunities for one to three graduate students each academic year, over the summer, and may be able to connect students with outside project clients. Students will typically support a specific research project that may exploratory in nature, and support one or more other projects/efforts at the center that are more tightly scoped.
Class Client Projects
The center can serve as a client or co-client for projects that seek to address food systems issues. We are also happy to connect students with outside organizations with whom we have working relationships, and to serve as a co-client.