CFAES Announces 2016-2017 Annual Report

2014 South Africa Animal SciencesThe College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Center for Education Abroad released its 2016-2017 annual report featuring milestone accomplishments.

Seven new education abroad endowed scholarships were created, bringing the total to 17 in CFAES, and over $75,000 in education abroad scholarships were awarded.

Two new education abroad programs, England: Evolution of Darwin’s World and Ours and Sustainable and Resilient Tanzanian Community, were offered for the first time. Two hundred seventy one students traveled to all seven continents with 28 CFAES faculty and staff serving as education abroad program resident directors. The annual CFAES student participation in education abroad programs is 40 percent, and their average GPA is 3.397.

The college formed and implemented a new Assessment Plan for Education Abroad Learning Outcomes, and in May 2018, 10 CFAES students will graduate with the Global Option, a curriculum enhancement program that enables students to add an international component to their field of study by completing a series of academic requirements based on global themes and activities.  

For more information about the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, please visit the full annual report or the CFAES website.