Kellogg Fellowship Groups
- CPHPE•Community Partnerships with Health Professions Education
Active from 1991-1996, this initiative stimulated a sustained increase in the number of health professions students choosing to enter primary care by redesigning curriculum at seven institutions.
- FSPF•Food and Society Policy Fellowship
- FPF•Food and Policy Fellows
- FCF•Food and Community Fellows
The Food & Society Policy Fellowship, Food and Policy Fellows, and Food and Community Fellows refer to the same program. The program underwent three name changes. This Program hoped to catalyze cultural shifts and policy changes through innovative and creative communications toward sustainable food and farming systems that were diverse, just and health promoting. This program ended April 2013.
- Health Fellows Scholars
The following three programs all focused on increasing the number of minority scholars in the health profession and are collectively called the Health Fellows Scholars:
- CHSP•Community Health Scholars Program—Begun in 1998 and administered through the University of Michigan. While active this program targeted young scholars who could be appointed to teach in health profession schools with an emphasis on schools of public health.
- Kellogg Fellows in Health Policy Research—Administered by the Center for Advancement of Health, this program was active from 1990-2012. The program sought to develop a group of qualified students to enter health professions education for careers in community-based health services and created partnerships between communities and health professions education programs.
- Scholars in Health Disparities—Based at the Center for the Advancement of Health, this program was active from 2001-2012. The program enabled minority scholars to train in health disparities research and health policy at one of a select group of universities.
- KIFP/H•Kellogg International Fellowship Program/Health
Administered through Michigan State Universitys Institute of International Health, the project consisted of Fellows in 18 countries/5 continents through 1986-1990 and focused on community-oriented medical education programs and primary health care.
- KIFP/FS•Kellogg International Fellowship Program/Food Systems
Administered through Michigan State Universitys Institute of International Agriculture from 1986 - 1990, the programs central purpose was to advance professional leadership in bringing about improvements in food systems, with special concern for the needs of low-income households in developing countries. Fellows were largely from South America, Africa, and Asia.
- KILP•Kellogg International Leadership Program
Consisted of 2 groups of Fellows from, predominately the U.S., Central and South America, and Africa, the program ran from 1989-1998, with its goal: "to advance the leadership capacity for human services worldwide."
- KNFP-KNLP•Kellogg National Fellowship/Leadership Program
Consisting of 16 groups of Fellows, this program ran from 1980-2002, the program was designed to provide individuals with "the opportunity to engage in a three-year quest to broaden their intellectual horizons and bolster their capacities for leadership through self-directed experiential learning and group participation."
- KPFL-01•Kellogg Programa de Fortalecimiento/Liderazgo
This group of Fellows includes individuals from various Latin American countries who received a LASPAU-Harvard scholarship.