To extend the wealth of knowledge and power of discovery embodied in the state of Michigan and Michigan State University to improve the lives and livelihoods of peoples throughout the developing world.
The Center for Global Connections in Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources coordinates both academic and nonacademic units to continue building an international dimension in ongoing programs of teaching, research, and extension. Programs include collaborative research with host country scientists; providing consultant services to international research organizations, foreign government agencies, and others; serving as guest lecturers; and hosting faculty and researchers from host country institutions. Many projects include training components, bringing international students to MSU master’s and Ph.D. programs and for short-term non-degree programs.
The Center for Global Connections in Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources
446 West Circle Drive, Room 409
Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, Michigan 48824