Why Students in the College of Agriculture Should Study Abroad
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Why Students in the College of Agriculture Should Study Abroad

The College of Agriculture has recently expanded to “The College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment.” In equine studies alone, the incoming class is 150 students.  More people are getting college degrees for careers that did not previously need degrees.  Studying abroad gives you a huge advantage over your peers when you apply for jobs. Not … Continue reading

UK College of Agriculture, Food & Environment Students Featured in Le Bien Public
EUROPE

UK College of Agriculture, Food & Environment Students Featured in Le Bien Public

  On July 16 Le Bien Public, a Dijon, France-based newspaper, featured a story on a group of UK College of Agriculture students participating in UK’s Rural Development and International Food Business program. The article emphasizes how, while many would expect Americans traveling through Dijon to be sight-seeing, these students are studying the area’s agricultural industries, … Continue reading

Exploring Diverse Communities in the Dominican Republic
LATIN AMERICA

Exploring Diverse Communities in the Dominican Republic

This two-week program in the Dominican Republic focuses on the merging and persistent issues of diverse communities by analyzing the constructs of and considering the implications amongst various localities. Program highlights include participation in a service-learning program with a local community organization, excisions to Santo Domingo and Santiago and guest lecturers. This program is open … Continue reading

Agricultural Development in Brazil
LATIN AMERICA

Agricultural Development in Brazil

This post originally appeared on UK’s Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering website.  A group of students, faculty, and staff recently returned from a two-week study-abroad trip to Brazil that Tim Stombaugh, Ph.D., P.E, organized in conjunction with Brian Steward of Iowa State University. The May 10-26 excursion was similar to trips taken in 2010 and 2012, … Continue reading

Blue Abroad Productions
AFRICA

Blue Abroad Productions

Check out these Education Abroad Peer Ambassadors and why they think YOU should participate in EA! Max Mello, Senior Agricultural Economics major, studied abroad in Tanzania with UK Partner KEI during Summer 2013.  Ali Wallace, Senior Integrated Strategic Communications major, studied abroad in South Africa during Summer 2013 with UK Sponsored Program, Strategic Communication in … Continue reading