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From Coal Miner to Coder

It’s a few years after graduation and I am the Chief Innovation Officer of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. So far, my college mainly offers technical work-ready skills like coal mining, gas drilling, and business management to its community body; but with a rise in unemployment, a drop in the coal industry, a hike in obesity, and an epidemic for oxycontin abuse that’s highest in the nation (this is all true), I would suffice to say that our school isn’t addressing the real-life  452 more words

Blog 9 - Chief Innovation Officer

Exhausted soil? look no further

I’ve never been one for innovation, it is one of my biggest personal challenges. But growing up in the Midwest that is farm country to say the least. 678 more words

Building a Data-Driven R&D Culture

by Mike Blackburn, Portfolio/Program Leader, R&D, Cargill, Big Data Team Co-Chair

We all have heard and read about Big Data!  A recent article was published in the… 480 more words

Digitalization

IFC and Cargill Capacity Building Expands to Strengthen Cocoa Cooperatives in Cameroon

By Busayo Samuel

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group and Cargill have announced the expansion of the Cargill Coop Academy programme to Cameroon to develop the business skills of local cocoa farm cooperatives. 470 more words

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Cargill looks to relocate Wichita headquarters

WICHITA, Kansas – Cargill is thinking of moving its Wichita headquarters, but the question is where?

KSN spoke with the city about their efforts to keep the agri-business giant in town. 346 more words

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roast chickpea and avocado salad

In the past twelve months some 2,000 square miles of the Amazon rainforest has been lost to clearing – equivalent to 50 football pitches every minute… 697 more words

Savoury

Here’s What Cargill Is Doing to Reduce the Risk of Antibiotic Resistance

Cargill , a top U.S. meat processor, is trimming the use of antibiotics in its cattle supply amid concerns among some doctors and consumers about risks to humans from… 333 more words

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