International programs

Mexican corn to feed poor nations?

March 31, 2020
Can an ancient corn from Mexico help feed people in developing regions around the world? Allen Van Deynze and other researchers at UC Davis and Northern California, and in Mexico, have been working hard to answer that question.

¿Maíz mexicano para alimentar a los países pobres?

March 31, 2020
¿Maíz mexicano para alimentar a los países pobres? Investigadores estadounidenses y mexicanos buscan una solución alimentaria global. Allen Van Deynze, UC Davis.

VIDEO: African Plant Breeding Academy, UC Davis

February 10, 2020
The African Plant Breeding Academy, UC Davis, created a video of learning experiences in the professional certificate program. The program is taught by world-class scientists, including several from UC Davis. Professional breeders who took the course give overviews of the science, skills, projects, networking, and collaboration opportunities they learned.

One Health Day Symposium Includes Amanda Crump Expertise on International Agricultural Development

October 29, 2019
Professor Amanda Crump, Plant Sciences, will be a panelist at the One Health Symposium at UC Davis on Saturday, Nov. 2. She will be on the ‘Political Interfaces and One Health’ panel. Crump teaches classes on International Agricultural Development, and has a research focus on critical pedagogies for vulnerable people in agriculture.

Agricultural Innovations Help Cambodian Farmers Thrive

October 08, 2019
Small-scale farmers in Cambodia work with UC Davis’ Horticulture Innovation Lab and Royal University of Agriculture researchers to test methods for growing and selling produce. Farmers recognize that fruits and vegetables meet nutrition needs, and help lift themselves out of poverty. (Includes video)