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CAES ranking improves

first_imgThe University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) has ranked second on the 2021 list of Best Colleges for Agricultural Sciences in America, up one spot from the 2020 ranking.   Released this month, Niche’s ranking is based on data from the U.S. Department of Education. According to the platform, the ranking “compares the top agricultural science degree programs including animal sciences, horticulture, aquaculture, agronomy, crop science and turf management.”Other factors include test scores, the percentage of college majors, program demand, student and alumni surveys, expenditures per student, research expenditures and the percentage of total annual agricultural sciences graduates nationally that come from each program. CAES has a fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment of 1,456, and a graduate/professional student enrollment of 624, its highest graduate enrollment to date. Since 2017, graduate enrollment at CAES has increased 20.7%, and the college has 20,790 living alumni worldwide. CAES has nine academic departments with 21 majors and leads the nation in research in poultry science, food safety, entomology, plant breeding and cultivar development.   Cornell University captured the top spot on the 2021 Best Colleges for Agricultural Sciences list, and the University of Florida came in at No. 3.Overall, UGA is ranked No. 11 on Niche’s 2021 list of Top Public Universities in America. About the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Founded in 1859, UGA CAES plays an integral role in UGA’s land-grant mission through its instruction, research and extension programs. Today CAES has campuses in Athens, Griffin and Tifton, seven research and education centers, five 4-H centers, and Cooperative Extension offices that serve each of Georgia’s 159 counties. For more information, see caes.uga.edu.last_img read more

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Hernandez breaks down in tears over LA Galaxy transfer

first_img There appears to be a business strategy of bringing European stars into it, who often go on to set records. The likes of David Beckham, Andrea Pirlo, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard ended their playing days in the MLS. But while infuriating fans just days into his move, there have been some positive reactions to Chicharito’s open conversation with his father. Former American goalkeeper Hope Solo took to her Twitter in support, describing it as “an honest moment Hernandez though, says his words were taken out of context and he meant to express that it is the beginning of his retirement and that he plans to play for LA Galaxy for many years to come. He clarified the comments on his Youtube channel, saying: ”It’s so simple. I think all over the world, but [especially] in my country we love and we are like obsessed with drama and excess. Read Also:Javier Hernandez joins LA Galaxy from Sevilla ”And so when you say ‘retirement’ it’s like ‘oh, tomorrow he’s going to announce retirement’. ”They didn’t really listen to what I said, ‘the beginning of the retirement. The retirement could last 10 years, you never know”’. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Javier Hernandez has angered fans following a phone call with his father about his recent transfer to LA Galaxy. He tells his father during the call that the ‘European Dream’ is over and it is the beginning of his retirement. El Chicharito @CH14_ más orgánico… Le duele y mucho dejar la alta competencia del fútbol europeo tras 10 años y sabe que puede ser el principio del fin de sucarrera. El Chicharito, as Hernandez is also known, spent the first half of the season at LaLiga side Sevilla but made the move stateside in the past few days.The Mexican forward has played in Europe for over 10 years. The 31-year-old broke down when speaking with his father about moving to North America, as he said: ”Everything is perfect dad, it’s only that…well it’s like the beginning of my retirement you? ”We are retiring from the European Dream”. He has been criticised by fans for likening leaving Europe to retirement. Columnist for the Athletic Soccer, Will Parchman, tweeted: ”Communicating that you’re giving up on a dream to come to a league that considers you one of its highest profile signings in 25 years practically minute after you sign…it’s just hilarious optics”.center_img Loading…last_img read more