Earl Kellogg

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"Earl Kellogg is a Senior Fellow at the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (A*P*L*U) and directs the Africa-U.S. Higher Education Initiative. He was the former Associate Provost for International Affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Other previous positions include Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Winrock International (1992-1997) and Executive Director of the Consortium for International Development (1985-1992). He was a Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Illinois from 1971-1985. As Associate Provost for International Affairs, Dr. Kellogg provided leadership for expanding and enriching the international dimension throughout UIUC and supervised eleven international academic and administrative units.

"Dr. Kellogg has extensive research and teaching experience related to the economics of agricultural development, technology development and transfer systems, and the effects in the U.S. of agricultural development in developing countries. He has worked in more than 15 countries for numerous international and U.S. institutions including USAID, FAO, CGIAR, IFPRI and the Ford Foundation. Dr. Kellogg serves on several national boards and commissions, including the Association of International Education Administrators as past-President and current Fellow, Advisory Council to the Association Liaison Office for University Cooperation in Development, the Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa, and the American Council on Education Commission on International Education. Dr. Kellogg earned his Ph.D. degree in agricultural economics from Michigan State University."[1]

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  1. Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa Earl Kellogg, organizational web page, accessed March 24, 2012.