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World Food Prize student scholarship - apply now!
August 6, 2014The Office of International Programs, together with the Office of Undergraduate Education and the Office of the Associate Dean for Research, in the College of Agricultural Sciences is excited to announce sponsorship to the 2014 Borlaug Dialogue at the World Food Prize in Des Moines, Iowa.
June 20, 2014Deanna Behring, director of international programs in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, has begun a one-year term as president of the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development. She received the gavel from outgoing President Mike McGirr at the group's 50th annual meeting held recently in Washington, D.C.
Penn State dairy faculty train international professionals in Dairy Herd Management
June 17, 2014The USDA Cochran Fellowship Program sponsored this group of dairy professionals who traveled to Penn State from the Republic of Georgia and Turkmenistan. Under the leadership of Dr. Alex Hristov, the group spent two weeks learning about dairy herd management methods and techniques related to breeding, nutrition, and animal health.
June 17, 2014Two Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences graduate students -- each from different backgrounds and primary areas of study -- graduated this spring with something in common. Both gained valuable international experience and earned dual degrees that make them stand out as they embark on their professional careers. Jonathan Dumas and Kristal Jones were enrolled in the International Agriculture and Development dual-title degree program, known as INTAD, which provides students with international perspectives and expertise to strengthen their primary graduate degree.
June 17, 2014Most college students originally enrolled in their studies following high school graduation, but Penn State senior and food science major Steve Bookbinder took a different path. Bookbinder spent two years at the Culinary Institute of America, and another two years working in the food industry, before deciding to take his experience to the next level. He enrolled in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences to better understand the food industry, specifically the meat industry.