UGA Horticulture Department

David Berle named Outstanding Practitioner of the Year by Gulf-South Summit

Our own industrious colleague, David Berle, associate professor of horticulture and director of the UGArden, has been named the 2017 Service-Learning Practitioner of the Year by the Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education. This award recognizes Berle’s sustained record of engaging students in community-based learning through service-learning projects and courses, as well as his development and leadership of the student-run UGArden, and his role in supporting the institutionalization of service-learning at UGA. Berle was recognized with a plaque and cash award at the Summit in Greensboro, NC in March.  If you are visiting campus for graduation or campus orientation visits, stop by the UGArden to see the amazing things happening there. 2500 South Milledge Ave, Athens, GA. just past the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia.

Photo: David Berle (R) accepting the award from Gulf-South Summit awards chair Kristin Harper.(L).

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Professor of Floriculture, Extension Specialist, Chapter Advisor to MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences), and to Tau Chapter of PAX (Pi Alpha Xi National Honor Society).