Research conducted in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has led to many highlights and improved the quality of life for Georgians and citizens worldwide for more than 100 years.
Keep up with the latest news and publications on research from the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences develops programs and innovations to improve people's lives and focuses on getting results. The searchable Impact Statement database shows the economic, environmental and quality-of-life impact of this work.
Centers and institutes facilitate instruction, scholarly and creative activity, and research collaborations across disciplines. Learn more about the Centers and Institutes that are home to some of the College's latest and most interdisciplinary research.
The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences experiment stations are housed on three campuses: Athens, Tifton and Griffin. Learn more about the work at these state-of-the-art research stations.
In addition to their work at the three main UGA research campuses in Athens, Griffin and Tifton, scientists also conduct experiments under varying geographic and climatic conditions at these facilities across the state.
The Office of the Associate Dean for Research is responsible for the administration of research programs at the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.