Your Impact on Alumni
CAES alumni are leaders in agricultural and environmental sciences, using their education to change the world.
Andie Bisceglia (MS — Crop and Soil Sciences (Sustainable Food Systems), ’18)
After earning her master’s degree from UGA’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Andie Bisceglia joined the Office of Service-Learning as Campus Kitchen coordinator
Toby Palmer (BSES — Entomology, ’01; BSA — Poultry Science, ’01)
Every military mission has a medical component — and someone has to plan the medical infrastructure to support it. One of those people is Toby Palmer.
Erin J.B. White (BSA — Agricultural Communication, ’16; MAEEE — Agricultural and Environmental Education, ’18)
By day, Erin J. B. White handles all things creative for the Georgia Department of Agriculture. But by night, she cosplays as superheroes, supervillains and her own original characters, dreaming up and fabricating elaborate costumes and Photoshop scenes.
Anna Williams (BSAB — Applied Biotechnology, ’12; BSA — Biological Science, ’12; MS — Poultry Science, ’15)
Anna Williams specializes in boosting visibility, both for specialty meat company Kiolbassa Smoked Meats and for marginalized voices in agriculture.
Brett Carver (BSA — Agronomy, ’80)
What started as a UGA agronomy degree led CAES alumnus Brett Carver to Oklahoma State University, where he now heads a wheat breeding and genetics research program.
Al Pearson (BSA – Horticulture, ’72)
Horticulture alumnus Al Pearson grows prime peaches and pecans on family-run Pearson Farm.