International Academic Programs
International Agriculture and Development Graduate Program
The International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) dual-title degree program provides students with international perspectives and expertise to strengthen their primary graduate degree.
International Agriculture Undergraduate Minor
Go beyond your borders with the International Agriculture (INTAG) minor, an interdisciplinary approach to understanding and appreciating international development and the agricultural systems of various cultures throughout the world.
My First International Experience: Taylor Maslanik, Agricultural Science
November 16, 2014
My Time in Paris: Julie Mytrowitz, Food Science
November 11, 2014
International Development in Senegal: Arianna De Reus, Community, Environment and Development
November 11, 2014
International Programs News
Faculty members’ UNESCO presentation focuses on refugees, communication
May 27, 2015Two Penn State faculty members will travel to Paris to share research at a UNESCO forum titled “Youth and the Internet: Fighting Radicalization and Extremism” this summer. Mark A. Brennan, Penn State’s UNESCO chair and a professor in the College of Agricultural Sciences, and Colleen Connolly-Ahern, an associate professor in the College of Communications, will participate in the conference, which runs June 16-17. Their research is focused on refugees and communication.
Andrew Read elected a Fellow of the Royal Society
May 11, 2015The Royal Society is a self-governing fellowship of many of the world’s most distinguished scientists, whose self-stated purpose is to recognize, promote, and support excellence in science and to encourage the development and use of science for the benefit of humanity.
Student Story: Vet Science major finds different perspectives in Belize
May 11, 2015Emily Spadaro spent her summer caring for jaguars at a zoo, castrating pigs and a horse, and swimming in a waterfall. A senior majoring in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences, Spadaro completed a four-week study-abroad program in Belize that consisted of a course in large-animal and tropical veterinary practices for the first two weeks, and a wildlife conservation and ecology course for the last two weeks.