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James Lassoie is awarded IP-CALS Innovative Teaching grant - Aug 05

James P. Lassoie, International Professor of Conservation in the Department of Natural Resources has been awarded the inaugural International Programs, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (IP-CALS) grant for Innovative Teaching in International Agriculture and Rural Development.  The $3000 award... + More


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Opportunities

Field Instrument Design and Pilot: Gender and Income Allocation
Immediate paid opportunity for Graduate Student The Roots, Tubers and Bananas Research Program (RTB) of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is seeking a social science graduate student with research interest in gender issues...
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Peace Corps

Learn more about Peace Corps opportunites, including the Master's International program. + More



CALS Events

Aug 23
12:00 AM

Botanical Garden Tours
 
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Aug 24
2:00 PM

Botanical Garden Tours
Cornell Plantations 
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AWARE - Advancing Women in Agriculture through Research and Education - is an initiative to ensure that gender is considered in all IP-CALS activities, including our sponsored and academic programs.
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Professors

Dan Brown
Meet Dan Brown:
I am a nutritionist seeking to remove constraints to the sustainable delivery of high quality nutrients to vulnerable members of the world's population through improvement of animal agricultural systems. Of particular interest to me are the dangers posed by natural... + More


Projects

Transnational Learning

Cornell Transnational Learning (CTL) is a program that leverages experience and resources from Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to work with partner institutions mainly in Afric... + More



Students

Study Abroad Student Experiences

Students write about their experiences from around the world. + More