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Graduate Opportunities

Two graduate students, who have graduate opportunities with Arrell Food Institute and Food from Thought, stand in a dairy barn

Unique graduate opportunities are available for incoming graduate students through the Arrell Graduate Scholarships, and for current graduate students through the Food From Thought Research Assistantships.

Food From Thought Research Assistantships

   

Arrell Graduate Scholarships

Study with Canada's food university faculty

Meet just a few of the more than 200 professors of the University of Guelph who study food topics.

FeedBack Blog

FeedBack is a blog contributed to by the Arrell Food Institute and Food From Thought graduate students on their experiences so far in the program.

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FeedBack: A Plurality of Ideas

Cameron Fioret reflects on his research, new ideas, and experience as part of the Food From Thought graduate cohort.

Strawberries being irrigated with water

FeedBack: Water and Our Food

Food production and water resources are inextricably linked.

A phone sits on a cookbook and magazine about food

FeedBack: Food Literacy for Canadians

With the help of the Food From Thought program, graduate students have assembled an interdisciplinary team with a collective interest in the food literacy of Canadians.

Graduate News

Collage of four student pictures - Sugandha, Victoria, Sabrina and Abdul-Rahim

Four New Arrell Scholarships Awarded

Four students have each been awarded an Arrell Food Institute graduate scholarship worth $50,000 a year.

Nasrin, Arrell Food Institute Scholarship winner, sits with a beef calf

Inaugural Arrell Scholarships Awarded

Nasrin Husseini, Kathleen Johnson, Katya Kudashkina, Amberley Ruetz, and Karthika Sriskantharajah are the 2017 recipients of the Arrell Food Institute Scholarships.

Evan, Leah and Amberley on stage with John Stackhouse with RBC graphic over

Disruptors: Students Prepare to Face a New Future

Students joined a discussion with RBC on how digital disruption is changing the skills we’ll need for the future of work.