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Student recruitment

first_imgUniversity of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences’ students train for careers in food, plant or animal industries, and they get to work directly with the world-renowned scientists who teach them.The college will showcase its academic programs at its annual Southwest District Recruitment Event Sept. 23 at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center in Tifton, Ga. It starts at 5 p.m.“These prospective students are here to learn about the next big step in their lives, where they will attend college and what they will study,” said Joe West, the UGA Tifton assistant dean. “So it is exciting to witness their enthusiasm and to know that in this group of young people there will be future business owners, educators, scientists, and the future leaders for our state and country.” When compared to graduates from other UGA colleges, West said, fewer CAES students are still seeking employment six months after graduation, and their starting salaries are the second highest among UGA graduates. Representatives from all 10 CAES departments will be on hand to answer questions from prospective students and their parents. Topics will include admissions, financial aid and information about the college and its different majors and campuses.Students and parents just need to bring an open mind and a lot of questions, said Erin Womack, the UGA Tifton academic program coordinator.CAES students can expect small class sizes, one-on-one faculty advising and exposure to world-renowned research starting at the undergraduate level. They can’t get all of this from any other school, Womack said.“We want the students who come to the event to visit with our scientists in attendance and learn about the many opportunities available to them in the field of agriculture, to meet some of the scientists who will be their teachers and to gain a better understanding of how an education from the UGA CAES will prepare them for exciting opportunities in the field of agriculture and related industries” West said.Dinner and door prizes will be provided. To sign up, high school sophomores, juniors or seniors should contact their UGA Extension county offices. Or, they can call (229) 386-3414 or email [email protected] Transfer students should contact Brice Nelson at(706) 542-1611 or [email protected]last_img read more


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Chicago: Boxer Patrick Day dies 4 days of brain injuries after fight

first_img“I never meant for this to happen to you. All I ever wanted to do was win. If I could take it all back I would. No one deserves for this to happen to them,” Conwell wrote. WATCH US LIVE Press Trust Of India LIVE TV 10 months ago US boxer Patrick Day ‘extremely critical’ after match with Cornwall Day had brain surgery after being knocked out in the 10th round Saturday night at Wintrust Arena. Knocked down twice earlier in the bout, the junior middleweight was taken from the ring on a stretcher. 11 months ago Kabaddi: Bengal Warriors edge out U Mumba 29-26 in a nail-biter 11 months ago Kiren Rijiju flags off ‘Great Ganga Run’; Aim is to raise awareness READ | US Boxer Patrick Day ‘extremely Critical’ After Match With Cornwall “He was surrounded by his family, close friends and members of his boxing team, including his mentor, friend and trainer Joe Higgins,” DiBella said in a statement on his website.  READ | Patrick Day Undergoes Brain Surgery After Brutal KO In Final Round”I replay the fight over and over in my head thinking what if this never happened and why did it happen to you.” From Freeport, New York, Day had a career record of 17-4-1 with six knockouts. As an amateur, he won two Nationals titles, the New York Golden Gloves tournament and was a U.S. Olympic team alternate in 2012. READ | Five Indian Boxers Enter Quarter-finals Of World Boxing ChampionshipREAD | Mary Kom Seeks 7th gold As Women Boxers’ Campaign Begins At WC FOLLOW UScenter_img Two days after the fight, Conwell posted a heartfelt message to Day on social media. First Published: 17th October, 2019 10:22 IST Written By Last Updated: 17th October, 2019 10:22 IST Chicago: Boxer Patrick Day Dies 4 Days Of Brain Injuries After Fight Boxer Patrick Day died on October 16, four days after sustaining head injuries in a fight with Charles Conwell. He passed away at Northwestern Memorial Hospital COMMENT 11 months ago Pankaj Advani clinches a record 22nd World Billiards title Boxer Patrick Day died on October 16, four days after sustaining head injuries in a fight with Charles Conwell. Promoter Lou DiBella said Day died at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He was 27. “He was a son, brother, and good friend to many. Pat’s kindness, positivity and generosity of spirit made a lasting impression with everyone he met.” Chicago: Boxer Patrick Day passed away on October 16, 4 days after sustaining head injuries during a fight SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND 1 year ago Rey Mysterio pays a unique tattoo tribute to late Eddie Guerrerolast_img read more