Opening doors to research collaborations, expanding international partnerships, and providing students high-quality immersive opportunities throughout the world.
Travel Grants Catalyze International Engagement
Projects ranging from research to control downy mildew on grapes to developing software for precision irrigation were among the focus of the 11 UGA CAES faculty members who received grants last spring. Click here to read the full story.
Q&A with International Agriculture Certificate Student: Chris Reynolds
If you’re going to be in agriculture, food science or, especially, agribusiness, I absolutely recommend studying abroad. The potential and the opportunities are much greater outside the United States.Click here to read the full story.