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CAES International News

Clockwise from left, four UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students — Therese “Tess” Thompson, Lydia Griffin, James “Thomas” Maddox and Kirsten Flinn — were selected as Ratcliffe Scholars in 2021-22, and each has participated in life-changing immersive learning experiences. CAES News
Ratcliffe Scholars experience 'intense' growth through experiential learning
Established by a generous endowment by the David and Tom Ratcliffe families in honor of Thomas Jackson Ratcliffe Jr., the Ratcliffe Scholars Program provides funding for forward-thinking students to engage in formative, out-of-classroom opportunities to enrich their college education.
The University of Georgia’s 2022 Boren Scholars include, front row, Sydney Buchanan and Natalie Navarrete and, back row, Moriah Thomas, Leah Whitmoyer and Neely McCommons. Not pictured are Robert Fox, Lauren Harvey and Dana Newman. (Photo by Stephanie Schupska) CAES News
Boren Awards names UGA a top-performing institution
The scholarships are for students studying critical foreign languages.
UGA Extension partners with universities to bring 4-H to Latin America
CAES researchers work to improve food safety in Senegal’s growing dairy industry
CAES hosts Global Food Security Summit
UGA, Padova partnership leads to joint research
Malawi’s journey to self-reliance benefits US small business
Peanut innovation projects under way in Uganda