IANR Global Engagement
Global Engagement News
- April 14, 2016
Agronomy doctoral candidate intertwines human health and plant nutrition to improve food security
To say doctoral candidate Zach Stewart has had a successful educational research experience at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln would be an understatement. The crop physiology and production doctoral candidate just presented his dissertation on evaluating foliar micronutrient treatments as a tool to increase yields and biofortify (increase nutrient density) corn.
- February 22, 2016
Dialogue on the History and Vision for the Future of International Trade for U.S. Agriculture
Lecture from January 12, 2016 held at the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center
Moderator: Ronnie Green, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
With panelists Clayton Yeutter, Former U.S. Trade Representative & U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and Darci Vetter, Chief Trade Negotiator, U.S. Department of Agriculture
What IANR Global Engagement Means for You
IANR Global Engagement provides resources for faculty and assists with international efforts.
Where IANR Global Can Take You
Who We Are
The IANR Office of Global Engagement was founded in November 2012. Our mission is to coordinate and expand international programs within IANR. The Office strives to:
- create new international partnerships within IANR,
- foster a learning environment that encourages students to think globally, and
- help recruit international talent to work and study within IANR.