Course focusing on U.S. and French ag. systems helps fulfill INTAG minor requirement

Posted: October 17, 2014

Visit Paris for two weeks, learn about the differences and similarities between U.S. and french agricultural systems, and earn INTAG credits by enrolling in INTAG/AGBM 470A/B

Spring semester class periods (2.5 credits, meeting dates and times to be determined) will allow students to learn about agricultural policy and international trade, use and acceptance of genetically modified organisms, organic food, diet and health, and more via lecture, guest presentations, individual research, and group discussions. Lectures will also incorporate language, cultural, and logistical issues to prepare students for the two-week trip to Paris (May 16 to 30). While in France (0.5 credits), students will attend lectures held at AgroParisTech (APT) and participate in several exciting on-site visits, which tentatively include: Champagne vineyards and an agricultural high school, the Rungis wholesale market outside of Paris, the Versailles Kitchen Gardens, INRA (the French National Institute for Agricultural Research), an Organic Farm Share Program, and more. The course also helps fulfill the requirements of the INTAG minor.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact:

Dr. Ted Jaenicke Dr. Dan Azzara Dr. Kathy Kelley Ketja Lingenfelter

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