Awards and achievements in CAHNR

CAHNR Dean and Director Indrajeet Chaubey recognized by APLU

Twenty-five Fellows of the Food Systems Leadership Institute pose for a group photo.
The twenty-five Fellows of the Food Systems Leadership Institute recognized for completing an executive leadership training program and for their contributions to their individual organizations. This group photo was taken at a training session in North Carolina before the COVID-19 pandemic.

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources Dean and Director Indrajeet Chaubey was one of the twenty-five Fellows of the Food Systems Leadership Institute (FSLI) honored by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) in a recognition ceremony during the organization’s virtual annual meeting on November 4.

The Fellows were recognized for their accomplishments in completing the FSLI executive leadership development program and for contributions they have made to their individual organizations and the broader higher education and food systems.

The FSLI is a two-year program offered by the APLU for experienced leaders in academia, government and industry. The program prepares participants to address a range of issues relating to the food system by enhancing personal leadership ability, developing skills and knowledge for organizational change and broadening perspectives on integrated food systems.

By Jason M. Sheldon