International Programs in Agriculture

IPIA at Purdue University promotes and facilitates international activities in the College of Agriculture through collaboration with educational institutions, agencies and organizations throughout the world. These educational partnerships are designed to help improve agriculture, natural resources, and food systems locally, regionally and around the world, as well as enrich communities at Purdue, Indiana and beyond.

IPIA embraces diversity and inclusion as essential to our core mission of engaging with the world. To impart global understanding and to partner effectively worldwide, we have a responsibility to maintain and promote an open and welcoming campus environment where students, faculty and staff of all backgrounds have a sense of belonging and can collaboratively learn, work and serve. To find out more about efforts to promote and support diversity, equity and inclusive excellence in Purdue's College of Agriculture, visit our Office of Multicultural Programs.

CONTACT US

International Programs in Agriculture
ipia@purdue.edu
615 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906
(765) 494-6876​

Senior Communications Specialist
Nyssa Lilovich
nclilovi@purdue.edu

 

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Mandela Washington Fellowship @ Purdue University
Mandela Washington Fellowship

Purdue’s International Programs in Agriculture (IPIA) welcomed a group of 25 Mandela Washington Fellows to campus for a six-week summer program for the first time since 2017. The Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF), the flagship program of...

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International Ag Updates

Costa Rica Study Abroad Trip Teaches Biodiversity Through Hands-On Experiences
Costa Rica Study Abroad Trip Teaches Biodiversity Through Hands-On Experiences

The Costa Rican Natural History study abroad trip offers students the opportunity to explore...

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Costa Rica Study Abroad Trip Teaches Biodiversity Through Hands-On Experiences
Award recognizes Ebner's success delivering high impact global programs

Throughout his career, Animal Sciences Professor Paul Ebner has demonstrated his commitment to...

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Food Safety Innovation Lab (FSIL) launches MSI-led partnerships for global food safety research

The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Safety (FSIL), based at Purdue University and Cornell...

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African Swine Fever Risk Assessment Tool Available

African swine fever cases have been identified in the Dominican Republic, and the U.S. is on...

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Global Tree Species Count

One person can’t measure all the trees in the world, but when many people come together, a...

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Purdue leads Plant Science for Global Food Security program

A new summer program will allow Purdue undergraduate students to spend six weeks in the...

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