Livestreamed to encourage international audience.
The tropics contain some of the most important biomes for managing a variety of environmental challenges from biodiversity to climate change. But at the same time, agricultural expansion in South America shows that the tropics can be highly productive in terms of grain production. Additionally, agricultural intensification holds promise to reduce poverty and malnutrition among the many rural poor residing in tropical zones. This symposium addresses the complex tradeoffs between environmental stewardship and agricultural intensification in the tropics.
Each year students within the College of ACES utilize their leadership, organizational, and academic skills to achieve success. This annual reception is a great opportunity to recognize outstanding ACES students and their accomplishments.
Join us for an open discussion about how we are going to adaptively manage forward to strengthen the foundation of the College of ACES. The following topics will be included in the discussion:
You are invited to enrich the conversation by asking questions and/or providing input during the discussion. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and perspectives of important initiatives.
The Town Hall is open to all ACES faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Seating is limited. If we reach capacity or you cannot attend in person, the event will be livestreamed. You may watch the livestream or join the event via Skype for Business. You may also attend by phone at 888-983-3631. When prompted, enter the conference ID 93495605.
A reception will follow the ACES Town Hall in the Heritage Room from 3:30-4:30 p.m.