Institute of International Agriculture (IIA)

The Institute of International Agriculture (IIA) at Michigan State University (MSU) is dually supported by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) and the Office of International Studies and Programs (ISP) and serves to help promote, facilitate, expedite, and coordinate international programs of the College. More specifically, it assists all academic and nonacademic units to continue building an international dimension into ongoing programs of teaching, research, and extension. The Institute is headed by a Director who is an Associate Dean in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Primary organizational functions in IIA include international projects, faculty international programs, student and scholar programs, publications, and external relations with other universities, funding agencies and the public.

IIA Overview

IIA Search

International Programs in CANR

IIA News Briefs 

IIA Faculty and Staff

Faculty Programs

IIA Task Force Report (December 1998)


Student and Scholar Programs

Current International Projects

Recent International Projects

Workshops/Short Course Training


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