Global Impact

We collaborate with institutions around the world to address grand challenges.

A Worldwide Network

With nearly 200 faculty and more than 175 international institutional collaborators, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is hard at work addressing grand challenges all over the world (just check out our map).

Our international programs thrive on collaboration, and we welcome new opportunities for partnership.

One of our initiatives, CALS Global Academy, offers technical and leadership programs for international agricultural professionals and researchers. Participants can take advantage of the large pool of knowledge and expertise of NC State faculty, the diverse agriculture industry within North Carolina, and proximity to Research Triangle Park.

From Argentina to Zimbabwe, CALS is growing a network of research, teaching and extension programs that impact lives worldwide. Join us.

Welcome Cochran Fellows

Senegal and Ivory Coast Fellows Learn about the U.S. School Meals Program

JULY 2019: While in the U.S. for two weeks, the Fellows first met in the Washington DC for meetings with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to learn about the U.S. school meals program before before departing to NC State, where meetings will continue with faculty members, NC governmental agencies, and local schools.

Welcome SCEP Fellows

Chinese Fellows Visit NC State and the University of Missouri

JUNE 2019: Through a partnership with the University of Missouri, CALS International Programs hosted Chinese fellows to learn about sustainable agriculture. Through this partnership, the fellows traveled to the University of Missouri, NC State, and Washington, DC to learn about sustainable agriculture practices and policies in the US.

Welcome Cochran Fellows

Peru and Ecuador Fellows Meet in NC for Resilient Agriculture Training

MAY 2019: Fellows from Ecuador and Peru arrived in Raleigh on May 26th to start their training on resilient agriculture and best practices. Through a mixture of faculty and governmental meetings and farm visits, the Fellows are increasing their knowledge on climate smart agriculture practices. Additionally, during this program the Fellows will receive training on soil management, crop modeling, effective extension practices, and disseminating information.

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