Shrinidhi “Nidhi” Joshi

The national nonprofit public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is accepting applicants for its 2022-2023 Dave Theno Food Safety Fellowship. Applications must be submitted by March 31.

The fellowship program is a partnership with the Michigan State University Online Food Safety Program. The fellow will live in Chicago and work with STOP Foodborne Illness while completing a 12-credit online Food Safety Certificate with Michigan State University. The fellowship includes benefits, salary and tuition. The program cannot sponsor international students.

At the 2021 conference of the International Association for Food Protection, STOP Foodborne Illness named Shrinidhi “Nidhi” Joshi as its 2021-2022
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At the IAFP 2021 conference in Phoenix, AZ, the national nonprofit public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness named Shrinidhi “Nidhi” Joshi its 2021-2022 Dave Theno Food Safety Fellow.

Joshi was selected by a committee of professionals and educators from STOP and from the Michigan State University Online Food Safety Program.

Shrinidhi “Nidhi” Joshi, 2021-2022 Dave Theno Food Safety Fellow

“Year after year, the quality of candidates applying for the Theno Fellowship is remarkable,” said CEO of STOP, Mitzi Baum. “Among a field of incredibly qualified candidates, Nidhi stood out. Her commitment to research in the food
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