Summary and Implications
The Ensminger Program is an effort to improve and expand activities in international animal agriculture in the Department of Animal Science and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The program is funded by an endowment created by ME Ensminger and his wife. This program has several purposes and includes development of conferences in locations around the world, improving training and collaboration of foreign scientists and improved education and opportunities for Iowa State University undergraduates with interests in international animal agriculture. This year a very successful school was held in San Jose, Costa Rica. Planning for a school in 2010 in Spain is underway.
Iowa State University
Rothschild, Max F.
"The Ensminger Program 2009: The First School in Costa Rica
and Other Activities in International Animal Agriculture,"
Animal Industry Report:
AS 656, ASL R2575.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol656/iss1/96