For this year's the annual International Borlaug Dialogue, hosted by The World Food Prize Foundation, will have the theme “Feeding a Fragile World,” featuring the work of this year’s Laureate, Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig, a leading climatologist, agronomist and former farmer, for her pioneering work in modeling the impact of climate change on food systems worldwide.
The triple threat of COVID, Conflict, and Climate demands addressing the multiple challenges the global food system faces now and in the future from a multi-disciplinary perspective, including the agricultural and life sciences, social sciences, economics, technology, and engineering.
What's in it for students?
- FREE virtual registration for all students and a 50% discount for students to attend in person in Des Moines, IA, USA.
- The goal is for all students and professionals in food security and agriculture. Our participants will include policymakers and other government officials, representatives of the private sector, officials of international organizations, academics, farmers, scientists, students and educators.
- We aim to create a strong student network and collaborate more with IAAS and organizations like CSAYN, IVSA, ISOHA, and others.
Participate in the graduate poster session for those that can come to Des Moines. Information can be found here.
The deadline to apply is September 12 at 11:59 p.m. GMT