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June 8-9, 2017: DC Symposium: Intersections of Policy and Practice to Strengthen Agriculture Education and Training Systems (USAID)

The USAID-funded Innovation for Agricultural Training and Education (InnovATE) project is hosting a two-day symposium that poses answers to the question, "How do internal or external, national or institutional policies affect agricultural education and training (AET) systems in the developing world?" This symposium will bring together educators, international development practitioners, private sector players and USAID officers and staff to share expertise and experiences, deepen learning through audience exchange, and elevate the discussion around capacity building. We will focus on insights about policy environments for the development and strengthening of AET systems. The symposium will be held June 8-9, 2017 at the Kellogg Conference Center on the campus of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.

To Register or more information, follow this link: http://bit.ly/2q92U8h

May 16, 2017: Challenge of Change: Harnessing University Discovery, Engagement, and Learning to Achieve Food and Nutrition Security (Hamilton Crowne Plaza 1001 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20005) 

EMAIL BLASTS

June 2017: Uganda Irrigation and Agriculture Project, Conferences and Publications

April 2017: Farmer to Farmer, Conferences and Sabbaticals


 

April 2017: Cousteau, BiFad International Opportunities


Feb. 2017: AGNR Study Abroad

 

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COLLEGE NEWS

UMD/AGNR signs agreement with Paraguay's Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, and Union de Gremios de la Produccion - UGP (July 2017)

IFPRI-University of Maryland collaboration builds long-term capacity for reducing hunger and malnutrition (May 2017)

Dr. Howard Leathers: The World Food Problem: Toward Understanding and Ending Undernutrition in the Developing World (April 2017)

 

Dr. Priscila Chaverri: Biologic Controls could Save Coffee...and jobs, and add to food security

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