Nathalie M. Me-Nsope
Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.S., Michigan State University
M.A., University of York, United Kingdom
B.Sc., University of Buea, Cameroon
Assistant Professor, International Development
Agriculture, Food, and Resource Economics, Michigan State University
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI 48824
- Capacity building (for GCFSI research faculty and innovation grant recipients) to ensure gender integration into the Center’s programming efforts in order to improve on the applicability of innovative solutions to complex food system problems
- Technical advice to the BHEARD program in implementing a gender sensitive approach in building scientific capacity (human and institutional) in agricultural research and development in the (Feed The Future) countries of Uganda, Ghana, Mozambique, Mali and Bangladesh.
- Guest lecture in Animal Science 480 (Spring, 2015): Emerging Issues and Sustainability in International Agriculture. “Understanding the role of gender in international agriculture development”. 04/13/2015
- Guest lecture in FW 858: Gender and Environment. Michigan State University. Lecture topic: Gender, Poverty and Food Security. 2013
- Graduate Teaching Assistant. Michigan State University. 2007. Course title: Food Industry Management (FIM 415).
- Trainer/Facilitator with INSER-Development Consultancy Firm in Partnership with the Ministry of Youth Development. 2003. Duties included capacity building for unemployed graduates to help them identify and pursue suitable career objectives.