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Global Gazette - Spring 2017



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Italian Internship Provides Professional and Personal Insights


Kirsten Allen in Piacenza, Italy

International Agriculture Certificate student Kirsten Allen learned about grapevine pathogens during her internship in Piacenza, Italy. But she also learned a lot about Italian life and culture — and herself.

Click here to read more about her summer in Italy



Agribusiness Student Benefits from One of CAES’ Best Kept Secrets


Caroline Phillips poses in front of the Matterhorn.

Attending a semester of classes at ETH Zürich, a university in Switzerland, was exciting and challenging for Caroline Phillips. So much so, that she extended her program for a second semester! What it wasn’t: cost-prohibitive.

Click here to learn more about CAES’ international exchange programs and how affordable they can be.

 



Win Cash Prizes in the Ag Abroad Photo Contest!


Emily Urban

Have you traveled abroad on a personal or academic trip? Submit the photograph that best represents your perceptions of agriculture abroad. You could win cash prizes! Photos by five finalists will be voted on at International Ag Day.

Photos due March 17 - submit your photo today!



Global Engagement and Global Citizen Award Applications Due Soon


Gilman Scholarship

Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen Award: This award recognizes a student who has embraced global citizenship in their own community or globally through participation, promotion and/or leadership of international initiatives.

Application Deadline: March 17


Kanemasu Award

Kanemasu Global Engagement Award: This award recognizes students who go above and beyond by globalizing their academic program at the University of Georgia.  Designed to support a full immersion experience, this award will go to a student taking on more than the typical study abroad program.

Application Deadline: March 17


For a full list of CAES travel scholarships, click here.