The ACES Office of International Programs seeks to strengthen existing international programs and introduce additional faculty into them by supporting partnerships of ACES scholars to conduct impactful work through the 2021-2022 Global Academy: Partnerships for Global Impact Program.
Five teams have been selected for the program, which will include a series of seminars and roundtable discussions, providing a forum for participants to build skills and knowledge about international work. The selected teams will also receive funding to support international travel and activities that promise to broaden the scope of an existing international engagement or provide a meaningful foundation for developing new international activities.
The ACES Global Academy is in its 15th year.
Congratulations to these members of the 2021-22 Global Academy:
Crystal Allen & Matthew Wheeler, Animal Sciences
Juan Arbelaez & Jessica Rutkoski, Crop Sciences
Paul McNamara & Jared Hutchins, Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Hope Michelson & Sarah Janzen, Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Ann Witmer, Agricultural and Biological Engineering & Bernhard Scully, Music