International Programs in Agriculture & Natural Resources

International Programs

Mission

To promote and facilitate international activities in the College through collaboration with educational institutions, organizations and agencies throughout the world. 

International Programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources was established in 1998 when the dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources recognized the importance of international involvement and sought to encourage and facilitate research, outreach, and education efforts across the globe.

Faculty in the College have a long history of helping colleagues in other countries improve their crop production, animal rearing, conservation practices and policy understanding. We have extended knowledge gained from our own experiences and, in turn, benefited from our involvement with colleagues abroad.

Programs and projects range from distance education, establishing extension services, food safety, soil remediation, aquaculture, to crop production and veterinary medicine.  Countries with on-going projects include China, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Taiwan and Uganda.

Finally, IPAN coordinates and develops international agriculture and natural resource programs for the College and University.

Explore Our International Opportunities!

AGNR Takes Root Around the World

2018 Fall

Newsletter

 

Fall 2018: AGNR's Global Reach

Extension in a Global Context

AGNR International Survey

How did you spend your Summer: Brazil, Greece, England, Poland

Conference: Taiwan and Avian Influenza

Mini-Summit for Food Safety & Security

Global Challenges: Building Healthy Food Systems 

 

 

 

2018 Summer

2018 Summer Email

2018 Summer

 

ROOTS Africa student group travels to Liberia
Saving Africa's Vultures
Collaboration with Nigerian and Spanish partners
AFRI webinar

 

2017-18 Winter

2017 Fall email

Mexico Undersectary Visits AGNR to Learn About Extension

10th Mini Summit on Food Safety, Policy and Sustainability
Mini Summit Poster Competition
AGNR's Women in Agriculture Collaboration with Wolkite University
Kangwon National University

 

2017 Fall

2017 Sep. newsletter

Sept 2017: AGNR Takes Root: Tanzania, Paraguay, China

Tanzania, Food Security and Technology
Paraguay-AGNR Agreement
Lori Lynch on Fulbright in Colombia
Visiting Scholars Dr. Filiz Gurel and Dr. Hsin-i Hsaio

 

2017 Summer

2017 June newsletter

June 2017: Uganda Irrigation and Agriculture Project

 

Ray Weil Research in China
Bob Hill soils research at NWAFU, China
NWAFU Delegation visits UMD
Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia

 

2017 Spring

2017 Winter: AGNR Study Abroad