MSU’s Engagement with Mali and Community Outreach Published: Monday, 18 Feb 2013
The MSU African Studies Center will be sponsoring a teach-in titled, ‘Why Mali Matters’ on Tuesday, February 19, 2:00pm to 7:00pm at Room 303-305 in the International Center, featuring two former U.S. ambassadors to Mali, and scholars from MSU and other institutions.
Strengthening Agriculture and Trade in West Africa Published: Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
John Staatz leads a set of agricultural research projects in West Africa, with funding totaling $7.5 million, aimed at improving the performance of West Africa’s food system. Researchers, farmers, traders, government officials and non-governmental organizations are all part of a collaborative effort to improve agricultural productivity and access to food in Mali and other countries in West Africa. MSU’s Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics has received approx
Michigan State University food security experts tapped for $28 million project in Senegal Published: Friday, 15 Oct 2010EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University researchers, and researchers from four partnering institutions, will use a $28 million grant from the United States Agency for International Development to bolster agricultural education and research systems in Senegal, in hopes of increasing food supply and improving nutrition.
Increase in International Legacy Students Demonstrates Global Commitment Published: Wednesday, 13 May 2009You inherit a lot from your parents. Being Spartan Green can also be passed down generation to generation. With a steady increase in international students over the past years, international students are also passing down the MSU Legacy.
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