Experience serving in the Peace Corps and living in Senegal led Sarah Kopper to study food security at Michigan State.

Sarah Kopper was interviewed as a first year PhD student in Agriculture Food and Resource Economics. She comes to MSU after having spent two years in Senegal as a member of the Peace Corps. She is particularly interested in studying food security, an area of research that MSU is strongly suited to. She is currently assisting faculty with a research project in Myanmar.

Fellowship: University Distinguished Fellow

Program: Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics

Area of focus: Food Security

Education: BA, Cornell University, Economics

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