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Dr. Gerald Nelson will present "Global Food Security in the Face of Changing Climate" to launch the International Food Security Initiative.

ACES launces international food security initiative with lecture by Gerry Nelson

The Office of International Programs in the College of Agricultural Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) has launched a new program to address global food insecurity.

Zhejiang students after their poster session and awards ceremony.

Zhejiang students complete fifth annual summer internship program in ACES

Thirty students from China’s Zhejiang University (ZJU) completed a six-week summer internship in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) that included individu

Drs. V. Golosov, Dr. K.R. Olson, and Dr. A. Gennadiyev in a grassland area near Tula, Russia

Olson’s longstanding international collaboration yields valuable data on greenhouse gasses in relation to land-use changes

“It’s definitely been an adventure,” recalled Dr. Kenneth Olson of his 24-year collaboration with Dr.

OIP Director Dr. Alex Winter Nelson with Dr. Roberto Lenton.

Lenton stresses holistic approach to solve issues of water and food insecurity

The ACES Office of International Programs welcomed one of the world’s foremost experts in water management and development, Dr.

The Global Academy at NTU.

ACES Global Academy: On a mission to strengthen strategic partnerships in Asia

In an effort to reinforce ACES’ long-standing partnerships in East Asia, the Academy for Global Engagement traveled to Taiwan from March 20-30, 2014.

Ferguson is studying how reggae music functions as a vehicle for "remote acculturation." Image: zOnk oNe

Ferguson studies how reggae transmits Jamaican values across cultures


“Get up. Stand up: Stand up for your rights!” (Marley & Tosh, 1973)


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