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Cathedrals, Castles, Culture and Cuisine-sustainable, Safe & Nutritious Food in France

With the growth of the world’s population and the increasing awareness that our natural resources are limited, development of sustainable systems to produce food is essential. Globally, the food industry is one of the largest industrial sectors, consumes tremendous amounts of energy and water, and can result in large quantites of waste; thus food has a critical impact on the environment, including greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.

Dean's Global Agriculture and Food Leadership Programs: Rome

Interested in understanding the causes and dynamics of world hunger?

Do you ever wonder what is happening to improve the lives of the world's 1.4 billion people living in extreme poverty?

This integrated production and policy program will allow students to gain valuable knowledge, skills and abilities with respect to global agricultural production, resources and food issues.

Creating a School Garden: Service Learning in Uganda

This service learning program allows Iowa State University (ISU) students to work in Uganda developing school gardens for elementary schools in the Kamuli District. This project is in partnership with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Program (CSRL) and Makerere University (MAK). Students will develop school gardens and work with teachers in grades 1-7 to deliver curricula in food and agriculture, integrated science, and nutrition, while using the gardens.  Students will participate in one or more student-team projects that support th

Cathedrals, Castles, Culture and Cuisine-sustainable, Safe and Nutritious Food in France

With the growth of the world’s population and the increasing awareness that our natural resources are limited, development of sustainable systems to produce food is essential. Globally, the food industry is one of the largest industrial sectors, consumes tremendous amounts of energy and water, and can result in large quantities of waste; thus food has a critical impact on the environment, including greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.

Rome: Dean's Global Food and Agriculture Leadership Program

This integrated production and policy program will allow students to gain valuable knowledge, skills and abilities with respect to global agricultural production, resources and food issues. Students will combine coursework conducted at ISU and on-site work with professional teams in Rome to explore real-world projects focused on global food and agriculture issues. Students will work with professionals at the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and other international agriculture and food organizations on real-world projects.

Creating a School Garden: Service Learning in Uganda

This service learning program allows Iowa State University (ISU) students to work in Uganda developing school gardens for elementary schools in the Kamuli District.  This project is in partnership with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Program (CSRL) and Makerere University (MAK).  Students will develop school gardens and work with teachers in grades 1-7 to deliver curricula in food and agriculture, integrated science, and nutrition, while using the gardens.  Students will participate in one or more student-team projects that support

Enhancing Students Global Experience: Agriculture in Costa Rica

The trip is designed to provide a mix of scientific learning, cultural experiences, and direct interactions with local people.  During their stay in Costa Rica, students will visit Agricultural Experiment Stations, a wide array of small-landholder and commercial farms, and the preeminent University of Costa Rica. They will also experience several of the country’s major cultural attractions such as the Arenal volcano, leatherback turtle sanctuaries, and popular whitewater rafting and snorkeling attractions. 

Cathedrals, Castles, Culture and Cuisine-Sustainable, Safe, and Nutritious Food in France

 

With the growth of the world’s population and the increasing awareness that our natural resources are limited, development of sustainable systems to produce food is essential. Globally, the food industry is one of the largest industrial sectors, consumes tremendous amounts of energy and water, and can result in large quantites of waste; thus food has a critical impact on the environment, including greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.

FESIA-ISARA-Lyon, France Summer 2019

This is a semester and summer CALS exchange program available to students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a 3.0 GPA minimum.

France Agro³ is a consortium of French agricultural colleges made up of the following schools:

  • ESA - Angers, France 
  • ISA - Lille, France
  • ISARA - Lyon, France
  • Purpan - Toulouse, France (French-taught courses only)

Students are able to take English-taught Master's level courses in the following areas:

FESIA ISARA-Lyon France, Summer 2020

This is a semester and summer CALS exchange program available to students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a 3.0 GPA minimum.

France Agro³ is a consortium of French agricultural colleges made up of the following schools:

  • ESA - Angers, France 
  • ISA - Lille, France
  • ISARA - Lyon, France
  • Purpan - Toulouse, France (French-taught courses only)

Students are able to take English-taught Master's level courses in the following areas:

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