The “Hunger Games” the Never-Ending Daily Suffering of Our World, Part I

These "hunger games" are complex and difficult to eradicate from one day to another, but they can be solved. Everything is possible, and it starts with holding our governments accountable. The pattern we see is the corrupt governments that do little to help their countries, as soon as they are elected, they steal and disappear, and these countries remain immersed in never-ending hunger games.

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Daufuskie Island, a Hidden Paradise in South Carolina

by Hugo A. Morán Chávez| August 6, 2018 Few people know that not far from the famous island of Hilton Head in South Carolina lays a hidden paradise just waiting to be discovered. This paradise is Daufuskie Island. Just across Hilton Head Island, this island has so much to offer you will never want to... Continue Reading →

Factors Affecting the Success of Latino International Students at US Universities and Colleges of Agriculture

Paper presented at: UGA16th ANNUAL INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH CONFERENCE: think. ink. link. Paper won: People’s Choice 2016 IRC: Best Paper Presentation Hugo Alexander Moran Chavez Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication 129A Four Towers Building University of Georgia Athens, GA Hugo.moran@uga.edu Presented in the Spring of 2016; published on April 2018 Latino International students in... Continue Reading →

Factors Affecting the Success in Graduate School of Latino International Students: A Case Study at the University of Georgia

Abstract submitted to the 2016 MANRRS Conference Hugo Alexander Moran Chavez Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication 129A Four Towers Building University of Georgia Athens, GA Hugo.moran@uga.edu Presented in the Fall of 2016; published on April 2018 Latino International Students may bring a spherical lens of agricultural systems, culture, languages and academic perspectives. In... Continue Reading →

Central America’s Food Systems and Agriculture Can Help Minimize the Effects of El Niño and Feed 9 Billion People by 2050

An essay about Food Systems in Latin America Hugo Alexander Moran Chavez Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication 129A Four Towers Building University of Georgia Athens, GA Hugo.moran@uga.edu Presented in the Fall of 2016; updated and published on April 2018 Food systems is a crucial topic for International Agriculture Development. It is a complex... Continue Reading →

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