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2016

INTAD Student Speaks at World Cocao Foundation Meeting
December 5, 2016
Megan Wilkerson, Ph.D. candidate in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development, was featured in the Innovation Showcase at the World Cocoa Foundation Meeting in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
INTAD: A Life-Changing Experience
December 5, 2016
Sulav Paudel is a native of Nepal and graduated with a M.S. in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development at Penn State. Sulav has returned to Penn State to pursue a dual-title Ph.D. and shares his thoughts on why he returned.
INTAD Student Spotlight: Christian Man
December 5, 2016
INTAD student Christian Man part of Catholic Relief Services research team in Ethiopia.
INTAD Student Spotlight: Abou Traore
November 15, 2016
INTAD Student Spotlight: Asifa Hameed
November 1, 2016
Asifa Hameed is Fulbright fellow, public outreach officer, and Ph.D. student in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development at Penn State University.
INTAD Alumna Provides Agriculture Training for Syrian Refugees
October 29, 2016
Sarah Osmane, a recent graduate of the International Agriculture and Development Agriculture dual-title, is now serving as the Agriculture Officer at Concern Worldwide.
Penn State Faculty and Students Attend World Food Prize
October 23, 2016
INTAD Student Spotlight: Sulav Paudel
October 20, 2016
Sulav Paudel is a native of Nepal and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. dual degree title in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development at Penn State.
INTAD graduate Kristin Babbie cites Penn State experiences in a feature for NextBillion blog
October 19, 2016
INTAD Student Spotlight: Po An Lin
October 3, 2016
Po An Lin is a Ph.D. student in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development. He is currently studying the impact of drought stress on the interaction between plant feeding insect and their host plant, and trying to understand how insect saliva could potentially involve in these interactions.
Penn State begins new interdisciplinary Peace Corps fellowship program
September 14, 2016
Penn State and the Peace Corps have finalized a new partnership that will help returning Peace Corps volunteers pursue their graduate education in the School of International Affairs, Smeal College of Business, or the College of Agricultural Sciences.
INTAD Students Engage Community Through Farmers Market Outreach
July 27, 2016
INTAD/Plant Pathology graduate students Laura del Sol Bautista Jalon and Jennie Mazzone showcased research and answered gardening questions at North Atherton Farmers Market.
INTAD Student Spotlight: Noel Habashy
May 27, 2016
INTAD Student Wins Top Prize in Research Pitch Competition
May 20, 2016
Megan Wilkerson, Ph.D. candidate in INTAD and Entomology won first place in the Second Annual Pitch Competition.
Hope for Bananas: A Joint Effort Against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense TR4
May 16, 2016
Ph.D. candidate Freddy Magdama reports on the emergence of FocTR4 and int'l efforts to address this banana industry threat.
Crops vs. caterpillars
April 7, 2016
Featuring the caterpillar research of Loren Rivera-Vega, doctoral candidate in entomology and International Agriculture and Development.
Mazzone and Gugino Travel to Honduras
April 7, 2016
Gugino and Mazzone visited Zamorano Agricultural University in Honduras to obtain information for educational materials to help Western Honduran growers.
New M.S. Student Hopes to Improve Agricultural Systems
April 7, 2016
This spring semester PPEM welcomes new Plant Pathology M.S. student and visionary Genna Tesdall.
Seeking Cambodian scholars to apply for Ph.D. training
February 20, 2016
Penn State University is currently seeking Cambodian scholars to apply for Ph.D. training. A Graduate Research Assistantship stipend and tuition waiver is available for a qualified applicant.
INTAD students and grads hone skills for international workplace
February 3, 2016