The International Development Working Group (IDWG) is a collection of faculty, staff and students who share an interest in international development.  Meetings of the group are hosted by IPIA and provide an informal venue to share news and information about projects in progress, issues of shared interest, and opportunities on the horizon. It is a chance to brainstorm about projects and proposals, and simply meet and connect with others who share an interest in international development.  Anyone from the campus community is welcome to attend. Feel free to bring your own lunch and IPIA will furnish coffee and dessert.  Past presentations are hyperlinked below. To be added to the email distribution list for the group, contact an individual listed at the bottom of this page.


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Fulbright Scholarship Program Chris Lukasik - Explore opportunities for U.S. citizens to go abroad with the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.
USDA Global Agriculture Innovation Forum Peter Hirst - Global Agriculture Innovation Forum is a series of themed, virtual events designed to create and support high-level agriculture bioscience and innovation dialogue.
Purdue Applied Research Institute Diana Harbison - Purdue Applied Research Institute leverages distinct strengths and harnesses the power and the people of Purdue.
Farmer-to-Farmer Amanda Dickson - Increasing food & nutrition security through increased productivity, safety, and profitability.
Scientific Animations Without Borders Julia Bello-Bravo - Developing a system approach to make expert knowledge available to people around the world.
Ndjido Kane Ndjido Kane - Director of Institut Sénégalais de Recherches Agricoles - Innovations for resilient food systems under dryland environments

For additional information contact:

Jerry Shively | shivelyg@purdue.edu | 765-494-8467
Lynn Cornell | lcornell@purdue.edu | 765-494-2780