MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — The global food system is facing incredible challenges, and the world needs leaders like you to help meet food needs of the future.
By intentionally focusing on an integrated food systems approach, professionals learn how to proactively address interdependencies of the entire food system from different perspectives – from seed and soil, through farm to fork. You can help move your aspect of the food system forward effectively with less waste and environmental impact. Imagine a world without hunger, that you help create.
Join us online for a 30-minute webinar with program director Dr. Jennifer van de Ligt and curriculum director Dr. Debra Freedman, who will provide information regarding this groundbreaking, 14-month, online program breaking down silos in the food industry.
University of Minnesota Integrated Food Systems Leadership Program Informational Webinar
Friday, March 5 11:00 – 11:30 a.m. Central Standard Time
- How IFSL online program differs from other graduate certificates and leadership programs
- Integration of current trends and issues in curriculum, including COVID-19
- Benefit to cohort careers (100% of graduates to date have achieved career growth through the program)
- How to assess if this program is right for your future goals
- Admissions process, financial considerations, plus Q&A
The next IFSL cohort begins September 2021, with applications due by July 15, 2021. Join us March 5th to learn more!
About University of Minnesota Integrated Food Systems Leadership (IFSL) Program
Designed for professionals interested in accelerating their careers, the IFSL program is a unique, online, graduate certificate program that fosters leadership, collaboration, and innovation across the food system.
Applications are being accepted through July 15, 2021 for the September cohort.
–University of Minnesota
Integrated Food Systems Leadership (IFSL) Program