International Advisory Council

The UTIA International Advisory Council (IAC) serves to advise and provide strategic planning support for the Smith Center in international programs across teaching, research and extension/outreach, and to liaise with UTIA units about ongoing and upcoming international activities and opportunities.

The IAC is comprised of faculty members at UTIA who hold appointments in the Herbert College of Agriculture, College of Veterinary Medicine, AgResearch and/or UT Extension. IAC members are appointed at the invitation of the UTIA Director for International Programs, and with the approval of each faculty member’s department head.

Term lengths
Members of the IAC participate for term lengths of three years. Terms may be renewed. A member leaving the IAC will work with the Smith Center to identify potential faculty from the same unit to rotate into the Council.

The IAC meets with the Smith Center twice per year, once in Fall and once in Spring semester.

International Advisory Council

David M. Butler Profile Page
David M. Butler
Professor, Plant Sciences
Jennifer Mary DeBruyn Profile Page
Jennifer Mary DeBruyn
Associate Professor, Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science
Shigetoshi Eda Profile Page
Shigetoshi Eda
Professor, Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries
Denita Hadziabdic-Guerry Profile Page
Denita Hadziabdic-Guerry
Assistant Professor, Entomology and Plant Pathology
Kristen Brown Johnson Profile Page
Kristen Brown Johnson
Assistant Professor, Family and Consumer Sciences
Curtis Robert Luckett Profile Page
Curtis Robert Luckett
No current UTIA Affiliation, Food Science
Andrew Muhammad Profile Page
Andrew Muhammad
Professor, Agricultural and Resource Economics
Agricola Odoi Profile Page
Agricola Odoi
Professor, Biomedical and Diagnostic Sciences Department
Jennifer Kathryn Richards Profile Page
Jennifer Kathryn Richards
Assistant Professor, Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications
Ricardo Videla Profile Page
Ricardo Videla
Clinical Associate Professor, Large Animal
Brynn Voy Profile Page
Brynn Voy
Professor, Animal Science