Harvest in China

International Engagements

ACES faculty are working around the world to improve crop, animal, and dairy production; alleviate the effects of climate change; empower women farmers; modernize extension programs, and much more.

Research Collaborations and Partnerships: More than 50 percent of ACES faculty are internationally engaged in over 120 countries.

Training and Mobility for Students, Faculty, and Staff: ACES hosts and provides training to Borlaug, Fulbright, and Cochran Fellows from around the world. ACES also encourages international education by developing collaborative courses with foreign universities, hosting internship programs for foreign universities, and providing internships for our students within our international research projects.

Institutional Capacity Building: ACES has been instrumental in institution building efforts in India, Pakistan, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, Sierra Leone, and Brazil, among other countries.