As we continue to be committed to creating an environment where diversity is valued and all individuals can fulfill their highest potential, the College of Agriculture is pleased to announce the Diversity Teaching and Research Fellowship

The competitive Diversity Fellowships are available for graduate students holding the equivalent of a half time teaching or researching assistantship in one of the College of Agriculture’s degree granting graduate programs.

The graduate program department chair or director of graduate studies may nominate students. This fellowship competition is open to all qualified students, with consideration given to nominees who currently or previously held membership as an undergraduate member of a MANRRS chapter at UK or other post –secondary institution, or have held independent membership in MANRRS.  For more information, click the followling links: nomination form  and Diversity Teaching and Research Fellowship.  As the College of Agriculture fully supports this new effort, we will no longer be awarding any new LTJ Doctoral Match Awards.