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April 29, 2016 @ 11:05 am

A Look at the Changing Geopolitics of Agriculture with Dr. Thompson (PAEP 29)

Dr. Robert Thompson joins Ken and Jessica to discuss the topic of his Snyder* Lecture -- the Changing Geopolitics of Agriculture. Tune in as discusses feeding the world and the future of agriculture worldwide.

*The James C. Snyder Memorial Lecture is the Department of Agricultural Economics’ signature event at Purdue University. The lectures were established at Purdue in February 1975 as a memorial to a distinguished member of the faculty. 

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April 29, 2016 @ 9:15 am

Growing Food and Local Communities with Dr. Rhonda Phillips (PAEP 28)

Tune in as Dr. Rhonda Phillips, Dean of Purdue University's Honors College, shares how we can become involved with local food within our community. As she chats with Ken and Jessica, they discuss her recent book, Growing Livelihoods: Local Food Systems and Community Development, as well as the urban food movement and connection between food and community.

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April 25, 2016 @ 2:43 pm

Studying Abroad in Belize with Ken Foster & Colleen Kelly (PAEP 27)

The tables are turned in this podcast as co-host Ken Foster becomes one of the interviewees! He and Colleen Kelly, International Academic Programs Development Specialist at Purdue University, discuss a study abroad program they are developing in Belize. Join them as they talk about this Central American country, its history and potential for study abroad.

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