The IDEA Society hosts annual student dinners every Spring semester. These dinners enable us to bring together graduate students from diverse backgrounds at the University of Georgia and to
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Billion Hungry in the World: What’s Your Role?” Maria Navarro is an associate professor in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UGA.
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talk, she emphasized the reasons of poverty in both local and global context. She also encouraged the attendees to take certain actions on this important issue.
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