Opening doors to research collaborations, expanding international partnerships, and providing students high-quality immersive opportunities throughout the world.
Ag Abroad Photo Contest Winners
“Cash Cows and Little Goat, Too,” by Charlotte Goldman, a 2015 biological sciences graduate, was the winning photos in this year’s Ag Abroad Photo Contest. Photos of rice cultivation—along with a bit of play—in Nepal and chickens at sunset in suburban Beijing, China, won second and third place. Click here to learn more.
OGP Funds Help Faculty Travel Internationally
Sammy Aggrey, who received funding from the OGP Faculty International Travel Funding Program, leads the poultry genetics section of a course in Nairobi, Kenya. Click here for information on other recipients. Applications for the next round of funding are due Sept. 1. These are for travel between Oct. 1, 2015, and March 30, 2016. Click here for application information.
Borlaug Fellows Learn From CAES Researchers
Scientists from India, Ethiopia and Egypt spent several weeks receiving training and developing collaborative research opportunities with CAES faculty members that are geared toward promoting food security and economic growth in their home countries. Click here to learn more.