The DataFEWSion Traineeship Program for Innovations at the Nexus of Food Production, Renewable Energy and Water Quality

Sustainable provision of food, energy and clean water requires understanding of the interdependencies among systems as well as the motivations and incentives of farmers and rural policy makers. Effective innovations at the nexus of these food, energy and water (FEW) systems require data-rich system modeling with analytic capabilities for diverse types of data. The project aims to prepare MS and PhD student trainees for multiple career paths such as research scientist, bioeconomy entrepreneur, agribusiness leader, policy maker, agriculture analytics specialist, and professor.

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