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2017-18 ACES Global Academy Announced: Partnerships for Global Impact

Published September 28, 2017

The ACES Office of International Programs seeks to strengthen existing international programs and introduce additional faculty into them by supporting partnerships of ACES scholars to conduct impactful work through the 2017/2018 Global Academy: Partnerships for Global Impact Program

This year’s Academy consists of two-person teams in which one member, the “mentoring partner,” will introduce the other to an existing international engagement and through the process broaden that engagement or provide capacity for the “mentored partner” to develop his or her own program.

The Academy will also provide a forum for participants to build skills and knowledge about international work. Through a series of required on-campus sessions, participants will receive expert advice and opportunities for peer learning about issues such as:  building and maintaining international partnerships; securing support for international work; managing business and financial aspects of international work; minimizing family disruptions while engaging in international activities; and using campus resources for international activities.   

Congratulations to this year’s Global Academy teams:

 

1. Jan Brooks & Dr. Margarita Teran-Garcia (HDFS)

Focus Country: South Africa/ Partner Institution: University of Cape Town

 

2. Dr. David Bullock (ACE) & Dr. Nicolas Martin (Crop Sciences)

Focus Countries: Brazil and Argentina/ Partner Institutions: EMBRAPA (Brazil) & National University of Cordoba (Argentina)

 

3. Dr. Michael Miller & Dr. Matthew Stasiewicz (FSHN)

Focus country: Mexico/ Partner Institution: Autonomous University of Queretaro

 

4. Dr. Hong Chen & Dr. Anna Arthur Parker (FSHN)

Focus Country: China/ Partner Institutions: Hebei Agricultural University & Second Central Hospital

 

5. Dr. Erik Sacks & Dr. Alexander Lipka (Crop Sciences)

Focus Countries: Japan & China/ Partner Institutions: Hokkaido University (Japan) and Zhejiang University (China