Center for Global Food Security

Program to help fix daunting world hunger problem

July 16, 2012

While the drought continues to raise issues with local food growth, the world hunger problem is on its way to becoming a much bigger issue. Gary Burniske, managing director of the Purdue Center for Global Food Security, helped establish the Borlaug Summer Institute on Global Food Security. This is a two week training session held at Purdue for some of the worlds brightest students to help fight the hunger problem, which is progressively growing at an exponential rate.
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