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Dr. Bill Erysian

Executive Director

California State University , Fresno

Direct Phone: (559) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.edu

California State University , Fresno

5241 N. Maple Ave.

Fresno, California 93740

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
California State University Consortium for International Development

Principal Investigator On the Project
Center for Agricultural Business

Education

Post-Graduate degrees

London School of Economics and Political Science

Post-Graduate degrees

National University of Armenia

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- Dr. Bill Erysian, California State University Fresno


Consortium for International Development Contact Us

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Dr. Bill Erysian CSUCID Executive Director California State University, Fresno Tel: 559-278-5115


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Dr. Bill Erysian CSUCID Executive Director California State University, Fresno Tel: 559-278-5115


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Dr. Bill Erysian

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Bill Erysian Dr. Bill Erysian serves as Director of Grants and International Projects for the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology at Fresno State University. Concurrently, he holds the position of Director of the California State University Consortium for International Development, which he helped to establish in 2002. Bill has also serves as Executive Director of the Armenian Agribusiness Education Fund.
Bill has been involved in international agricultural development initiatives for more than 20 years and remains committed to the importance of international education and cultural diversity. He is a key architect and the director of the successful "Agricultural Development for Afghanistan Pre-deployment Training (ADAPT) program that is designed to provide practical training on essential food security information to US government personal deploying to Afghanistan. The ADAPT model stresses the importance of food security as a prerequisite to stability in under-governed countries and Bill remains a leading proponent of the concept that agriculture can be used as an entry point for stability and development in conflict/post conflict regions.
Some of his other achievements include the creation of one of the first Sino-American Dual Degree Programs offered within the California State University system of higher education as well as the establishment of the Bernard Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on the campus of Fresno State University. Bill is also author of the book, "The USDA Story: 12 Years of Partnership with Armenia," where he has worked extensively in agrarian reform since the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Prior to his career in higher education, Bill was a trained journalist who served in the London Bureau of ABC News and as an occasional correspondent for the Economist magazine. Later, he worked as Director of Corporate Public Affairs for the McDonnell Douglas Information Systems Group. He continues to be a tireless advocate of the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
In addition to his undergraduate degree in journalism, Bill holds Post-Graduate degrees from the National University of Armenia and the London School of Economics and Political Science, where his focus of study was post-WWII international and comparative politics. He is married with two children.


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Overseeing the visit was CAB Director Mechel Paggi and Bill Erysian, manager of grants and international projects for the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (JCAST).

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"The goal of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the Uzbek farmers, processors and traders for future cooperation with the United States, which can lead to improved bilateral trade and food security in Uzbekistan," Erysian said.

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