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Fall 2017

On the cover

Alumnae Alexis Barnes (left) and Tracey Troutman (right) and student Thomas Gottilla have served as presidents of the college's MANRRS chapter, which celebrates 20 years of student support in 2017.

Bright Futures

Fall 2017, Vol. 14, Issue 2

Modern agriculture is a beacon of scientific achievement. Through the Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) organization and scholarships like the Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen Award, students gain the experience necessary to innovate in agriculture and in the larger international community. Academic opportunities like the Double Dawgs Program and the college’s partnership with the University of Padova in Italy equip students for roles in the global workforce. The college provides a range of academic and support programs to empower students to become the torchbearers of tomorrow’s agricultural industry.

 



Featured Stories


In the manner of success

For two decades, CAES's MANRRS student group has supported agriculture's diverse future

Reflection of a role model

From Young Scholars to John Deere: Alexis Barnes' CAES Journey With MANRRS

Two in Five

UGA's Double Dawgs program enables students to earn bachelor's, master's degrees and save time, tuition costs

Shining Her Light

Biological sciences major Samaria Aluko wins first Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen Award

Italy by Degrees

First UGA student begins study at Italy's University of Padova as part of dual master's degree program