Yesterday afternoon, Professor Julie Ingram delivered her inaugural professorial lecture entitled ‘Unpacking the multiple meanings of innovation for sustainable agriculture: the who, what, how and why?’
This week Professor Julie Ingram is attending the 14th European Farming Systems Conference (IFSA – European Group) at the University of Évora, Portugal. The main focus of this years’ Conference will be Farming Systems Facing Climate Change and Resource Challenges.
On April 26th, Professor Julie Ingram will present her inaugural professorial lecture which will focus on innovation for sustainable agriculture. Find out more and register to attend this important event.
Professor Julie Ingram from the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) within the University of Gloucestershire is the co-author of a research paper published today in leading international journal Nature Food.
Julie Ingram recently presented at the International Society of Precision Agriculture’s webinar series.
Julie Ingram joined a panel at the ADAS run YEN Yield Testing Message Lab and discussed trial results and summarised farmers’ experiences of being actively involved in the YEN Yield Testing project.
Julie Ingram has once again travelled to Indoensia as a follow-up to her recent OECD scholarship. She has been visiting farmers who are participating in Science Field Labs and also presented at the recent 5th Global Science Conference on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA).
Julie Ingram, one of the CCRI’s most prodigious publishers has joined the team of Co-Editors at The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension.
Julie Ingram and Hannah Chiswell are currently in Sicily presenting findings from the AgriDemo F2F project at the 24th European seminar on extension (and) education.
Julie Ingram and Hannah Chiswell will be helping to present the findings of the Agridemo project at the final project conference this week in Brussels.