Canadian Agri-food Policy Institute (CAPI) Award
To elicit the views of graduate students on the future government policies or models that will help Canada thrive in the emerging agri-food world.
Open to Canadian citizens or permanent residents enrolled in graduate studies in one of the eligible institutions at the time of submitting application. Applicants must submit two signed reference letters from university professors, executive summary, position paper and proof of registration from the educational institution.
One for $10,000 and two for $5,000 each. This marks the third and final year of the program, which will have awarded a total of $40,000.
Applicants must apply online via the organization website.
The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and Farm Credit Canada (FCC).
The AUCC is a non-profit, non-governmental association that represents Canadian universities at home and abroad. The Association's mandate is to foster and promote the interests of higher education in the firm belief that strong universities are vital to the prosperity and wellbeing of Canada.