Food Science and Technology Graduate Students: Why I came to Georgia

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Food Science and Technology Graduate Students: Why I came to Georgia

Students in the Food Science and Technology Department at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences talk about why they choose to attend UGA.


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