Otro mundo es Posible: Dr. María-Elena Cazar Ramírez
Dr. María-Elena Cazar Ramírez presented her experience in international research as part of the CALS SAIGE International Seminar Series. This presentation was hosted over Zoom and Facebook live, which opened the seminar up to attendees from all over the world. This was doubly appropriate for Dr. Cazar Ramírez’s presentation, “Building bridges with International Collaboration: a Journey from Ecuador to the world”.
$8.1M+ in Private Gifts Invigorate Greenhouse Gas Research in Agriculture
NC State is well-suited to lead these greenhouse gas mitigation studies. North Carolina’s variety of soils, climates and agricultural systems are representative of those in the tropical and subtropical world. Pioneering work at NC State was key in developing early soil management in Brazil, Peru and elsewhere.
CALS Faculty Selected as Borlaug Fellowship Mentors
In 2021, four Borlaug Fellowship scientists will be traveling from Turkey, Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka to spend three months at NC State conducting research with selected CALS faculty as part of the USDA-FAS Borlaug Fellowship Program. The Borlaug Fellowship Program’s aims are to connect established researchers from developing countries with international collaborative opportunities to promote economic growth and food security.