UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Penn State’s Faculty and Graduate Students College of Agricultural Sciences will present their international research at the third annual Global Gallery, a symposium hosted by the International Dual-Title Graduate Program in Agriculture and Development, known as INTAD, and its student association.
Due to the pandemic, this year’s conference will be held virtually from 10:30 a.m. to noon on three Fridays – March 12, 19 and 26. The programs are open to all internationally engaged students, faculty, and staff at Penn State.
“The goal is to provide a safe space to present the interdisciplinary research our students have been working on, while also giving them the opportunity to practice their presentation and public speaking skills,” said Melanie. Miller-Foster, Assistant Professor of International Agriculture International Programs Office.
She explained that the Dual degree INTAD provides students with international perspectives and expertise to strengthen their graduate degree. The graduate programs that participate include rural sociology, agricultural and extension education, agricultural and biological engineering, …
Read Additional From Source
News Highlights Science
- According to the source Agricultural science students’ research highlighted in global virtual gallery
- Check all news and articles from the Science news information updates.