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U Of M School Of Ag Wants Your Input

The University of Manitoba’s School of Agriculture is encouraging alumni, students, instructors and the agri-food industry to provide input as the school reviews its programming. The School of Agriculture, operated by the University of Manitoba’s faculty of agricultural and food sciences, co-ordinates the two-year agriculture diploma program which provides agribusiness management training to prepare graduates for managing farms and working in agribusiness, and it offers a variety of certificate, non-credit and professional development programs for the agrifood industry.

The school’s new director, Michele Rogalsky, says in the next while the school will be holding consultations as it reviews the diploma program curriculum and works to identify, develop and implement short course offerings. Rogalsky encourages agricultural industry partners to contact her directly at (204) 474-9262 to share their thoughts on agricultural training, short courses and the agricultural diploma program.

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