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.


International Programs in Agriculture
615 Mitch Daniels Blvd
West Lafayette, IN 47906
(765) 494-2780​

Senior Communications Specialist
Nyssa Lilovich


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