The University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is teaming up with The University of Padova in Italy to create a dual degree sustainable agriculture program. As the top schools for agriculture in each respective country, UGA and the University of Padova are excited for this program to commence. The program focuses on problems modern agriculture faces in the 21st century, such as food security and production. Proponents of this program hope that it will spearhead movements that will change the way the global community approaches such problems.
Students must be admitted to both institutions to participate in this program. For more information about it: UGA, Italian university partner for first-of-its-kind program in sustainable agriculture