We believe diversity enriches our global community.
At CALS Global creating a welcoming and inclusive environment is core to what we do. We celebrate the diverse cultures and backgrounds of all our faculty, staff, students, and visitors, whether domestic or international. Our international colleagues, students and visitors strengthen and enrich our work together, and we are committed to fostering a safe, supportive and respectful learning and working environment. To learn more about how we can support you, please contact any one of us.
We solve everyday and complex problems through discovery and application.
We build partnerships— at home and around the globe.
Food SystemsA Glass of Milk to Address Child Malnutrition in Ethiopia Michel Wattiaux, Dairy Science
Health & WellnessAssessing Mycotoxin Levels in Maize in the Western Highlands of Guatemala Claudia Calderón, Horticulture
Healthy EcosystemsRotational Grazing for Healthier Ecosystems in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Mike Bell, Community & Environmental Sociology
Economic & Community DevelopmentThe Implications of Edible Insect Farming Valerie Stull, Global Health Institute
Share Your Story
CALS Global is eager to share stories on our website about international research, teaching, and outreach. If you have a project or story that you would like us to post, please get in touch with us.
News & Events
- Webinar: A Decade of Action to Advance Food Security: Progressing the International Approach, hosted by International Agriculture Section (IAS)
- NIFA Nutrition Security: An Overview of Current Activities and Aims
- Delivering Climate-Smart Agriculture to Last-Mile Communities, Especially Women and Girls
Did You Know?
countries with CALS faculty and staff engagement
global agreements signed from 2017-2019
international fellows hosted by CALS in 2019