Undergraduate Coordinator, International Agriculture and Rural Development major, Department of Global Development
Diane Munn is the undergraduate coordinator of the International Agriculture and Rural Development major and also supports to the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship program. Growing up on a local dairy farm, Diane knew about the value of hard work at a young age. She was raised knowing how important agriculture was to our society and that we are God’s stewards of the land, water, and natural resources that we have been given.
Working with both students and fellows has given Diane an opportunity to share not only her knowledge and passions but learn from them as well. She loves being able to encourage and help direct students’ passions, values and learning as they grow and keep in touch with them to see how their lives have grown and matured over the years. She feels that an important part of learning is a sharing experiences and cultures with each other. She is thankful to keep learning from students, fellows and missionaries as she grows older, as we should never stop learning.
Diane is delighted to have made many new friendships over the years all over the world. She has enjoyed traveling with her husband and family over the years, reaching almost all of the 50 states and few international destinations. Diane and her husband are active members of their church.