About the Yeutter Institute
The Yeutter Institute is partnering with the IANR Office of Global Engagement to offer one $10,000 funding award to faculty to stimulate new international activity in international trade. Funds are intended to provide individuals the opportunity to meet face-to-face with international collaborators and to visit international sites for the purpose of establishing partnerships or developing new research and education projects. In line with the Yeutter Institute’s interdisciplinary mission, applicants are highly encouraged to include a collaborator from the College of Business or College of Law. All full-time faculty, extension educators, and lecturers/professors of practice are eligible to apply.More Information
In the News
International Trade & Finance CalendarEvents, hearings, and notices
Principled Agents: Reflections on Central Bank IndependencePeterson Institute for International Economics
Delivering Prosperity in the Indo-PacificCenter for Strategic and International Studies
Changing Governments, Changing Trade: Impacts from Global to Local
Global Pork Trade
Keira Lombardo, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Smithfield Foods, discusses global pork trade and the impact of changing governments and changing trade on Smithfield Foods.
Changing Trade Alliances
Ambassador Kirsten Hillman, Canada's Deputy Ambassador to the United States; Ambassador Darci Vetter, Former Chief Agricultural negotiator at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and Diplomat in Residence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Jill O'Donnell Director of the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance.
Local Impact of Global Change: What Does This Mean for Me and What Can I Do About It?
Andrea Durkin, Editor-in-Chief of TradeVistas; Brian Kuehl, Executive Director of Farmers for Free Trade; Darci Vetter, Former Chief Agricultural negotiator at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and Diplomat in Residence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.