Master’s Thesis: FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SUCCESS OF LATINO AND LATINA INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN GRADUATE SCHOOL

The purpose of this study was to examine the factors that influenced the success of Latino/a international students in graduate school at a Research I institution in the South East of the United States.

Portraits of Success: Meet Nitin Saroha, from New Delhi, India

By Hugo Alexander Morán Chávez| July 16, 2017 Portraits of Success: International Students’ Path to College, Graduate School, and Beyond. From New Delhi, India, Nitin Saroha spoke to us about his journey to the University of Georgia and beyond. After graduating from College, he went to work for a company, and he realized that it was... Continue Reading →

CAES Undergraduate Student, John Bagwell, proudly talks about his research project: Quantifying a Correlation between Maize Leaf Color and Nitrogen Stress

By Hugo Alexander Morán Chávez As the demand for agriculture graduates expands, undergraduate research becomes increasingly important and in colleges of agriculture. Undergraduate research at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has become an important pillar to foster student success. Not only does it helps a student enter the world of... Continue Reading →

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