A limited number of students, especially from Historically Black Colleges and Universities are engaged in overseas experiential learning and intercultural activities. Fort Valley State University, Georgia, and Alabama A&M University have developed collaborative partnerships with Universidad Nacional de Agricultura Honduras, where students and faculty learned about sugarcane, coffee, tobacco, cashew, wine, shrimp, and tilapia production.
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