The School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York is pleased to announce the launch of the Jerome L. Kaufman doctoral fellowship for the study of food systems planning. The fellowship honors the intellectual legacy of Professor Jerome L. Kaufman, FAICP, who laid the foundation of food systems planning research, pedagogy and practice within the discipline of urban and regional planning.
Building on Professor Kaufman’s legacy, Kaufman Fellows will engage in and advance the research and scholarship on the role of planning in building healthy and equitable food systems. The Kaufman Fellowship offers three years of financial support including full tuition, a competitive stipend, and financial support for Fellows to attend and present their research at conferences. Kaufman Fellows will work under the guidance of Dr. Samina Raja, and be affiliated with the Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab (Food Lab) at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Read more on the Jerome L. Kaufman fellowship page.