CUSP ProgramDeveloping the Next Generation of Rwandan Agricultural Leaders
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln recruits up to 50 qualified Rwandan students to enroll in CASNR each year. Students selected to participate in the CASNR Undergraduate Scholarship Program (CUSP) pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Science that is focused on conservation agriculture, entrepreneurship, leadership, and innovative thinking and is aligned with the areas of need as identified by the Rwandan Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources. Upon completion of the program, participants will return to Rwanda and commit a minimum of 5 years of their career to advancing the Rwanda agricultural sector.
Education AbroadSharing CASNR Students with the World
Where can you go? Study Abroad helps you spread your wings further than you might have imagined possible. The impact of an international experience is great, positive, and long-lasting. The impact can be felt on your personal growth in self-understanding, independence, communication, and appreciation of your world and the situation of others. CASNR has sponsored trips to a variety of locations around the world including New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Botswana, Italy, Rwanda, Scotland, Spain, and France.