The 61st annual Livestock Insect Workers Conference (LIWC) will be in Savannah, Georgia from Sunday, June 25th - Wednesday, June 28th at noon.
Socialize with fellow UGA CAES Food Science & Technology alumni during the Institute of Food Technologist Expo in Las Vegas. Brief college and department update will be presented.
Researchers at UGA's J. Phil Campbell Research and Education Center will showcase their research and share the bounty of their work at the station's annual corn boil. Farm tours start 9:30 a.m. and corn and hotdogs will be erved at noon.
Conceived of as a way to introduce neighbors to the farm's research when the 1,055-acre farm was operated by the USDA, the center's annual corn boil is just what it sounds like — a feast made from the corn grown on the property.
Georgia law directs GEMA/HS to provide school safety training and technical assistance to the education, emergency management and public safety communities of Georgia. Register for the GEMA School Safety Conference to learn more!
In its sixth year, UGA's Organic Farm Twilight Tour is a chance to stroll around UGA's 90-acre organic research and horticulture farm and learn about the latest in organic growing methods.
Catherine Smith will present her seminar for her thesis defense titled "Infrared Radiant Wall Technology for Blanching and Roasting Small Peanuts and the Associated Sensory and Shelf Life Effects," in Food Science room 215.
Juzhong Tan will present his seminar for his dissertation defense titled "Development of fast and affordable methods for measuring the quality related properties of confections," in Food Science room 215.
The 2017 Avian Adventures program is scheduled for July 10-12, 2017. The application deadline to participate in this year's program is May 19, 2017.
The annual public house at the Trial Gardens at the University of Georgia will offer a chance for ornamental plant fans to learn about the newest varieties coming out of nurseries across the country.