University of Georgia Tifton campus scientists are conducting state-of-the-art agricultural research that makes an impact locally, in Georgia and around the world.
Studies pertaining to agricultural commodities like cotton, peanuts, pecans, turf and vegetables are conducted every day at UGA-Tifton. The campus is recognized worldwide as the home of leading authorities in agricultural research.
UGA President Jere W. Morehead (JD ’80), College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Dean Sam Pardue, and UGA-Tifton student Lolita Muñoz will speak at the ceremony.
All UGA alumni and friends are invited to this special event that is open to the public.