Nominees for the Outstanding Student Leadership Award have shown service and leadership in the college, department or school and through their university activities.
From working to alleviate poverty to making strides toward global food security, CANR researchers are showing that Spartans have what it takes to make a difference.
Michigan State University has been awarded $4.4 million from the U.S. Agency for International Development in Mali to strengthen the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy.
Three CANR students are among 10 Spartans planning to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University annual meeting in California next month based on their ambitious plans to address areas such as education, poverty and the environment.
Michigan State University has nominated four undergraduate students for the nationally competitive Udall Scholarship. One is a College of Agriculture and Natural Resources student.
Titus Awokuse and Gretchen Neisler are the newest graduate and participant, respectively, of an Association of Public and Land-grand Universities (APLU) leadership program that focuses on food systems.
Ronald L. Hendrick will be recommended as dean of Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. If approved by the MSU Board of Trustees, Hendrick's appointment will be effective July 1, 2016.
Recently, I represented MSU at an international convening of experts and practitioners organized by the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in Rome, Italy.
You don't buy and sell the environment, says Joseph Herriges, professor of environmental economics. But understanding the value of the environment is essential for designing policy to protect it.
Ten MSU faculty from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the College of Engineering have been tapped for the 2016 cohort of the Academy for Global Engagement Fellowship Program.
Michigan State University will use two grants, awarded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and totaling more than $18 million, to support two African nations as they fight hunger and take charge of their own food security future.
The MSU/AFRE Quarterly Food Security Update reports highlights of research and outreach accomplishments of AFRE projects operating in a number of developing countries.
From tear-filled acceptance speeches to the crowning of the 2015 World Food Prize Laureate in an epic ceremony, this year’s WFP celebration was as gallant and inspirational as expected.
Twelve Borlaug Higher Education for Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) scholars traveled Oct. 14-16 to Des Moines, Iowa, to attend the 2015 World Food Prize symposium.
AFRE, other MSU and Mid-West University Researchers Presented Research and Policy Outreach Insights at the Annual Michigan Agricultural Credit Conference, October 26, Kellogg Center, MSU.