Diversity Affairs

Many paths, one mission
The Office of Diversity Affairs is committed to providing an inclusive learning environment for students, faculty and staff from all backgrounds and ethnicities. Our goal is to foster the individual growth and strong relationship-building skills that empower our students to effectively contribute and excel in a global society.
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Scholarships Awarded through IMPACT Fellowship Program

The office of Diversity Affairs is accepting applications for participation in the IMPACT Fellowship Program. IMPACT is a semester-long fellowship to help students prepare for a career in agriculture. IMPACT provides leadership and professional development opportunities through workshops and mentoring to support success after graduation. Applicants must submit a plan of action for their final year/semester of study outlining internship or graduate program plans that will lead to employment in agriculture.

Successful applicants must be full-time juniors and seniors enrolled in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Strong candidates will demonstrate leadership and service in the University community. Five students will be selected and awarded a stipend for Spring 2019. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2019 at 5 p.m.