recapping 2018 – Part one
2018 is soon drawing to a close. In today’s blog, we look back at our research activities both those of staff and students, contributions to development of policy GFAR researchers have made, as shared through our blogs this year from January to June. In January, we wrote about the water crisis in Cape Town where […]
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From GFAR to FAO
With GFAR alumni spread across more than twenty countries, we hear some incredible stories and achievements from our graduates who have done some amazing work in agribusiness and international development. Reyza Ramadhan from Indonesia graduated from the Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business (MGFAB) in 2016 and is currently the Program officer and National […]
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Meet our new Graduates!!
Graduations are always a special time for us at GFAR. We love to see our students celebrating the achievements and success of their years of hard work whether they are graduating from our Master’s or PhD program. Last week we celebrated the achievements of 13 such graduates, 11 from our flagship Master of Global Food […]
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Congratulations John Crosby!
The University of Adelaide Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony was held on 24th November 2017 at the National Wine Centre. The annual University of Adelaide Distinguished Alumni Awards, which started in 1991, recognizes graduates of the University of Adelaide whose accomplishments have had a significant impact on communities locally and globally. The Centre for Global Food […]
Celebrating Our Alumnus
The Centre for Global Food and Resources (GFAR) has been producing young leaders in agriculture ever since our Masters program was introduced. In this week’s blog we want to celebrate one such young leader who has gone from strength to strength in his career in international agriculture development. Raghavan is a graduate of our Masters […]
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