6000 News Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

News


News
International Peanut Farmers

UGA-based peanut lab helping to improve peanut yields and lives in Mozambique.

Author: Published 08/25/2016
FABricate Challenge

CAES is looking for new ideas to help feed the world; students challenged to develop new ag technologies, new food products and new business ideas.

Author: Published 08/18/2016
2016 CAES Congressional Fellows

This summer, seven CAES students will get a behind-the-scenes look at the policies that impact agriculture.

Author: Published 05/26/2016
Women in Agriculture

Southern Region Women's Agricultural Leadership Summit publishes recommendation report.

Author: Published 05/12/2016
5FF2
ExTEND Leadership Program

Younger UGA Extension leaders step up to guide the agency into its second century.

Author: Published 05/05/2016
Agricultural Education

CAES' Abigail Borron uses the story of agriculture as starting point for conversations on hunger and food policy.

Author: Published 04/28/2016
Scotland Service Learning Study Abroad

Dumfries, Scotland, is about 4,000 miles away from the University of Georgia's Athens Campus, but the population there faces the same problems as many Georgia towns, including food insecurity and health concerns connected to nutrition.

Author: Published 04/06/2016
Graduate Research Event

Event hosted by UGA CAES, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources and the Graduate School.

Author: Published 03/17/2016
Women in Ag

USDA Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden to deliver keynote address.

Author: Published 01/20/2016
New Dean Named

North Carolina State ag associate dean named to top position at UGA ag school.

Author: Published 01/08/2016

Media Newswire

Filter Stories

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down
    • 57F7

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

  • keyboard_arrow_down

0