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The fifth annual symposium hosted by International Food Security at Illinois.
This presentation will look at the challenges and opportunities ahead for Indian agriculture and examine how agricultural policies have hindered the changes needed in the sector.
Those interested in institutional capacity building within international development should plan to attend this presentation. A reception will follow.
This international film festival will run from March 8-April 4.
Building Global Partnerships: Sierra Leone is an opportunity to hear from Christian Kamara, CEO of Sierra Leone YMCA, followed by a panel of faculty and community members that are involved in global relationships with Sierra Leone.
Experts from the US and the EU will speak on transatlantic relations past and present.
Iana Markevych will discuss challenges facing researchers of greenspaces in Europe.
Naureen Butt will use the lens of first-person narrative to discuss the recent history of Pakistan, particularly the challenges faced by women during the rise of the Pakistani Taliban.
Hear Jennifer Smith, a local K-12 educator, talk about her experiences collaborating with European colleagues.
Frances de Pontes Peebles was born in Pernambuco, Brazil, and grew up in Miami, Florida. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, she is the author of the novels THE SEAMSTRESS (2008) and THE AIR YOU BREATHE (2018).
This videoconference will discuss what's at stake in the European Parliamentary elections.
Hande Ozdinler, PhD, Neuroscientist and painter, inventor of OzdinART, and co-founder of the Art Loves Science Foundation, will speak about OzdinART and the Turkish art of marbling (ebru).
Dr. Gaston’s talk will focus on his research from his 2010 book entitled, The Challenge of Bologna: What European Education Has to Teach Us and Why It’s Important That We Learn It (2010).
Professor Assata Zerai (Professor of Sociology and Associate Chancellor for Diversity) will be presenting "Adoption of The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and the mention of gender in constitutional nondiscrimination clauses in select African countries: law versus practice"
This is an annual, student-run conference aimed primarily at providing graduate students a local and friendly venue in which to present and discuss research on any topic related to language and linguistics.
Professor Ekmekçioğlu and Bilal’s presentations will delineate the intersections among gender, memory, time, and space, bridge academic traditions inside and outside of the United States, and foster comparative analyses across disciplines. Those interested more broadly in the Digital Humanities and conducting archival research will also benefit from their methodological ex
The annual graduate student research symposium organized by the FSHN graduate students.
In this latest webinar from the Soybean Innovation Lab (SIL), researchers from the U.S. and Africa will describe how the consortium is solving the seed availability issue in Africa through the Pan-African Soybean Trial Program.