First Class of Food and Agribusiness MBAs to Graduate in August

From Purdue News - While most of their communication with professors and each other has been via the Internet, all the members of the first agribusiness executive MBA class are scheduled to be on hand for Aug. 5 graduation ceremonies at Purdue University's West Lafayette campus.

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