The Research Center Administrators Society is a national non-profit organization whose membership is comprised of agricultural research station managers, directors, university, college and USDA administrators.
The society mission is to advance the acquisition and dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning the nature, use, improvement, and interrelationships of research center administration scientific research, and new technology.
2014 Fall RCAS Meeting,
September 7-10, Little Rock, AR
The 2014 RCAS Fall Meeting will be hosted by Larry Earnest and Don Hubbell, University of Arkansas Use the following links for information and registration.
RCAS Tour Agenda and Hotel Information
Hotel reservations for Batesville must be made by July 15!!
Registration Form RCAS Member Registration $190 - Spouse Registration $60
The 2014 RCAS Winter Meeting was held at the Dallas Sheraton Hotel in Dallas, Texas on February 2-5, 2014.
Past President Ken Scaife, Ohio State University hands over the gavel to new President Larry Earnest, University of Arkansas
Click here to access audio visual presentations from the Dallas 2014 meeting.
The 2014 RCAS Distinguished Service Award
George Granade of the University of Georgia Griffin Campus has received the Distinguished Service Award from the Research Center Administrators Society, a national non-profit organization whose membership is comprised of agricultural research station managers, directors, university, college and USDA administrators.
The award is given for service, leadership, and outstanding contributions to RCAS over an extended period of time. Granade has held several RCAS offices including past-president (2012-13), president (2011-2012), vice-president and program chair (2010-11) and secretary (2009-2010).
He has also moderated several RCAS sessions, made presentations and served on several committee assignments. Granade, along with others from the University of Georgia, co-hosted the RCAS annual meetings in 2007 and 2009.
Since 1990, Granade has served as director of field services on the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences campus in Griffin. He came to Griffin in April 1990, from Kansas State where he served as research agronomist at Southeast Agricultural Research Center, Parson. Prior to his Kansas appointment, Granade served as research associate in the agronomy and soils department at Auburn University.
Granade earned both masters and bachelor’s degrees in agronomy with an emphasis on soils from the UGA CAES. He earned an associate’s degree in agriculture from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. A native of Waynesboro, he is a graduate of Waynesboro High School, now Burke County High School.
He and his wife, Jill, a special education teacher in the Griffin-Spalding County School System, have two grown sons, George, II, and Nicholas.
President Ken Scaife presents the 2014 RCAS Distinguished Service Award to George Granade at the annual awards banquet in Dallas Texas.
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