Join The Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture through the 2013 spring semester at Texas A&M University as we bring a series of experts and discussion panels whose major contributions to the agricultural economies of developing countries around the world are now increasing global food supplies.
This collective of agricultural scientists, program developers and university professors will review the overarching work being done to battle global hunger in a series of free seminars running February through April.
Check back with us at borlaug.tamu.edu for the latest updates on coming seminars and information on what you can do to get involved.
Spring 2013 seminar dates:
|Ended||Ended||HEEP (HPCT) rm. 440||Panel Discussion||Guatemalan agriculture improvement via AGTEC program|
|Ended||Ended||HEEP (HPCT) rm. 440||Jim Muir||Brazilian gov’t-funded research opportunities via EMBRAPA|
|Ended||Ended||AGLS rm. 129||Linda Cleboski and Panel||Borlaug Institute student internship opportunities|
|Video||Video||AGLS rm. 129||Fiona Casey||Video: Discussion on public-private partnerships|
|Ended||Ended||KLEB rm. 126||Jifar Nata||Household Food Security and Technology access in Ghana|
|Ended||12pm-1pm||AGLS rm. 129||Julie Borlaug and Panel||World Food Prize Global Youth Institute, Thought for Food Challenge teams|
|video||video||AGLS rm 115||Dr. Belay E. Begashaw||Texas A&M and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network|