• Academy for Global Engagement

    The Academy for Global Engagement was launched in 2014 when the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources teamed with the College of Engineering to create the one-of-a-kind fellowship program on campus.

  • Academy for Global Engagement Public Convening

    Join representatives from federal funding agencies and D.C. Development firms to learn more about federal funding trends, agency priorities, and how best to talk about your research in ways that is compelling and attractive to funders.

  • Africa-US Integrated Health Management

    The central aim of this program is to enhance higher education capacities for research, education, policy, and agricultural community engagement in Eastern and Central Africa.

  • African Biosafety Network of Expertise

    To build the regulatory capacity, the NEPAD Agency in partnership with Michigan State University launched the African Biosafety Network of Expertise in 2010 to assist member states enact workable policies and build functional biosafety systems.

  • Building Partnerships: Turkey

    In February 2014, a multidisciplinary team of faculty and administrators from the CANR traveled to Turkey. The delegation was facilitated by the CGC and the Center will continue to serve as the point of contact for opportunities.

  • College of Veterinary Medicine

    Animals play a vitally important role in biomedical research. Comparative and basic research conducted by veterinarians and other researchers in the College of Veterinary Medicine at MSU is helping to find the cure for numerous diseases.

  • Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy

    The mission of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy is to promote inclusive agrifood system productivity growth, improved nutritional outcomes, and enhanced livelihood resilience through improved policy environments.

  • Food Safety Knowledge Network

    Food Safety Knowledge Network is a joint initiative of Michigan State University and the Global Food Safety Initiative.

  • Global Center for Food Systems Innovation (GCFSI)

    MSU has launched the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation. As part of the Higher Education Solutions Network, the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation's overall goal is to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of USAID programs.

  • Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD)

    CGC's Human and Institutional Capacity Development strengthens agriculture and natural resources practices in developing countries by identifying and addressing the root causes of performance gaps in partner institutions and improving performance.

  • Modernizing Extension Agricultural Service Project (MEAS)

    The Modernizing Extension Agricultural Service Project: Extension systems need to undergo significant change if they are to effectively serve the food security and economic development needs of resource‐poor men and women farmers.

  • Open Educational Resources: AgShare Project

    The main project that MSU has been involved in is AgShare I & II. The aim of the AgShare project is to create a scalable and sustainable method of filling critical gaps in agriculture related curriculum through a redesigned MSc process.

  • Rwanda Independent Study Program

    In 2015 an elite team of students from Michigan State University, Washington State University, and the University of Rwanda will collaborate and apply their economic skills in a real world scenario.

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