PACADA Spotlights Advisors
Dr. Lori Snyder, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, and 14 students from various colleges and departments of Purdue went to Honduras and Guatemala during Spring Break of March 2009 for an international study abroad class. The theme of the course was sustainable farming systems.
Maymester 2009, Dr. Snyder taught her first class in Costa Rica at EARTH University in conjunction with University of Florida, hosting 18 students from a total of 4 different universities. Students learned about sustainable agriculture in the tropics as well as entrepreneurship and social issues. The class and research was sponsored by the USDA-Higher Education Challenge Grant.
Lori Snyder received the first Young Faculty Internationalization Award from Purdue University – International Programs in April 2009.