Sustainability in the Bahamas and in the Midwest: A Faculty-Led Study Tour (ACES 298)
Learn about agricultural, environmental, and cultural sustainability issues in the Bahamas and compare them to related issues in the Midwest. In 2015-2016, ACES James Scholars received financial support to take their studies to the Bahamas for a two-week experience with their instructors.
International Internship or Research (ACES 293)
Experience an internship or research abroad experience through the ACES James Scholar Honors Program. In 2015-2016, James Scholars received full scholarships to perform an internship in India.
Network with world-renowned experts at an International Congress. In 2015-2016, ACES James Scholars received scholarships to participate in the First International Congress for Postharvest Loss Prevention in Rome, Italy.
“The international Congress introduced us to a whole new world of collaboration, where people from all over the globe were able to come together and make a difference. We learned that a global view is important when it comes to being effective in solving problems you’re passionate about – open-mindedness and collaboration are two of the key components to success in anything.”
--> Anna Kanfer, Agricultural and Consumer Economics (ACES James Scholar Class of 2018)
These transformative study abroad learning experiences are captured as publications in i-ACES.