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International Agriculture (INTAG) Minor Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities for students enrolled in the International Agriculture minor.

Undergraduate International Research Competitive Grants Program

The Office of International Programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences offers every year an Undergraduate International Research Competitive Grants Program. This new program serves as an opportunity for undergraduate students enrolled in the International Agriculture minor who are looking to conduct research in an international setting. Priority will go towards funding students for for international research for honors theses. This program runs annually with a deadline for receipt of applications of February 1. For more information about this program, eligibility and application requirements, please click here. Any questions about this program should be directed to Daniel Tobin, dbt127@psu.edu or 814-865-8309.

World Food Prize student scholarship

The Office of International Programs, together with the Office of Undergraduate Education in the College of Agricultural Sciences offers students enrolled in the Intag minor the chance to attend the annual  Borlaug Dialogue at the World Food Prize in Des Moines, Iowa. Successful applicants receive $1000 towards the cost of attending this prestigious event where you can meet and listen to leading experts in international agriculture from around the world, including Presidents, CEOs and leading scientists. This award is offered annually with a deadline in August or September, depending on the timing of the student registration deadline for the World Food Prize events. For more information about the application for this award, please click here. Any questions about this program should be directed to Daniel Tobin, dbt127@psu.edu or 814-865-8309

Joseph Cordivano, Sr. Memorial Award

Thanks to the generous support of Penn State alumnus Ben Cordivano, the College of Agricultural Sciences created the Joseph Cordivano, Sr., Memorial Award in honor of his late grandfather, a dedicated mushroom farmer. This award was established to encourage undergraduate students minoring in International Agriculture (INTAG) and in a major in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education (AESE) to participate in an agricultural education and/or agriculturally related study abroad program. To apply visit: http://agsci.psu.edu/international/study-abroad/funding/college