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2015

Mazzone Awarded International Research Funding
December 17, 2015
Jennie Mazzone was awarded funding to develop educational materials to empower Honduran women in the horticultural value chain.
INTAD Students Receive AIARD Memberships
November 20, 2015
The Office of International Programs at Penn State University will sponsor AIARD memberships for students currently enrolled in the International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) dual-title degree program.
INTAD Student Appointed Visiting Researcher
November 1, 2015
Sarah Eissler, PhD student in Rural Sociology and International Agriculture and Development (INTAD), was appointed a Visiting Researcher at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT).
Penn State Graduates Benefit from International Experience
September 9, 2015
Where are they now? Three recent Penn State INTAD graduate students are pursuing successful careers.
INTAD Student Receives Competitive Grant to Conduct Research in the Northern Andes of Peru
September 7, 2015
INTAD student interviews school teachers in rural Peru concerning new education policies introduced in 2013.
INTAD Students Sharpen Teaching Skills in Global Agriculture
August 3, 2015
Graduate students enrolled in the International Agriculture and Development dual-title degree program practiced teaching skills in the Global Agriculture course during the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Agricultural Sciences.
INTAD Student Receives Seed Grant to Conduct Research in Turkey
August 2, 2015
INTAD student Anita Behari received an INTAD Competitive Grant to arrange wheat research in Turkey.
INTAD students chosen to attend forum for future leaders
June 3, 2015
Two graduate students in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences have been selected to attend the Future Leaders Forum, to be held as part of the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development annual meeting, May 31-June 2 in Washington, D.C. Sarah Eissler and Megan Wilkerson were among only 12 students selected to participate out of nearly 100 applicants from universities across the country.