Mt. Bromo volcano, Java, Indonesia. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
Fishing boats, Elmina, Ghana. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
Local market, Elmina, Ghana. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
Elephant Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
The remains of Khertvisi Fortress, Republic of Georgia. Photo courtesy of Michael Reed.
Picking tea, Kenya. Photo courtesy of Michael Goodin
Rafting in Jamaica. Photo courtesy of Michael Goodin
Ancient City and World Heritage Site, Sukhothai, Thailand. Photo courtesy of Mark Williams
The main street of Riquewihr, France. Photo courtesy of Michael Reed
Lake Geneva, Vevey, Switzerland. Photo courtesy of Michael Reed
Vinales, Cuba Photo courtesy of Brent Rowell
La Joya Ecologica Patio, Cuba Photo courtesy of Brent Rowell
Street in Cuba Photo courtesy of Brent Rowell
Distinguished Scholars Speaker
Join us on Tuesday, March 7 at 3:00 PM at the William T. Young Library Auditorium to hear Standford University's Scott Rozelle discuss The Inequality of Human Capital Among China's Children and China's Future Growth and Stability.
Immigration and Agriculture: Challenges and Opportunities
Lecture by Dr. Philip Martin, University of California-Davis
Thursday, March 9, 2017, 4:00 - 5:00 pm (reception follows)
Gorham Hall in the E.S. Good Barn
Sponsored by the Food Systems Initiative, the Food Connection, TFISE and the Department of Agricultural Economics
For biographic information on Dr. Martin, please follow this link:
Summer 2017 - Thailand Internship
From June 16 - Jul 30, any Junior or Senior can earn up to 7 hours of academic credit through independent study in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Housing expenses will be covered and meal allowances are included while exploring rural Thailand independently. The two internship options are 1) To work with a faculty member of Maejo University acress a variety of disciplines and 2) to work at the Huai Hong Kria Royal Development Center in crop production, livestock production, forestry management, irrigation systems, or agricultural systems.
For more information contact:
Mike Reed, Ph.D.,
Director of International Programs for Agriculture
Instructions for Inviting Interns and Scholars
Both interns and visiting scholars are to follow the J-1 Application Instructions found here and turn in all the required paper work at least one more before arrival to Carol Hanley at email@example.com . For more information about the application process click here.
List of requirements
Forms in list
More information to come.