Dr. Jill Findeis announced as new coordinator of International Agriculture (INTAG) Minor

Posted: January 3, 2011

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Jill Findeis, Distinguished Professor of Agricultural, Environmental, and Regional Economics & Demography will be the International Agriculture Minor Coordinator for the College of Ag Sciences beginning in January, 2011.
Jill Findeis

Jill Findeis

Dr. Findeis currently leads the International Science and Education (USDA/ISE) Ag2Africa Learning Laboratory in Mozambique, a collaborative initiative with faculty in Health and Human Development, the Liberal Arts, as well as College of Agricultural Sciences. In addition, she conducts economic research in Mozambique and South China on low-phosphorous legumes being developed by the Lynch Lab and funded by McKnight Foundation and USAID; works collaboratively in East Africa with faculty affiliated with the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics on an evolution-proof malaria vector control technology; and is involved in NIH-funded research on infectious disease control and cross-border networks at the Mexico-US Border Corridor, also with CIDD faculty. Dr. Findeis has worked in Gambia, East Africa, India, Nepal, South China, and Costa Rica.