College of Agricultural Sciences December 2016 graduates are invited to come by the Ag Admin Lobby to receive a graduation gift from the Ag Alumni Society, get information on your first-year gratis Alumni Association membership, and enjoy cookies and drinks.
Dr. Gary Thompson is the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education and Director of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station.
Dr. Troy Ott is a Professor of Reproductive Physiology and Associate Director of the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences.
Rick Roush was named dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State in 2014. His career in sustainable agriculture spans research, teaching, regulatory, and administrative appointments in both the USA and Australia.
Dr. Andrew Read is an Evan Pugh Professor of Biology & Entomology and Eberly College of Science Distinguished Senior Scholar.
Dr. Mark Brennan is a Professor and UNESCO Chair in Community, Leadership, and Youth Development.
Mark Gagnon is the Harbaugh Entrepreneurship Scholar and Entrepreneurship Coordinator for the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State.
Carolee Bull was named Head of the Department of Plant Pathology in 2015. She is also a Professor of Plant Pathology and Systematic Bacteriology.
Join alumni and friends of the College of Ag Sciences and discover the greatness of Italy – wine, food, agriculture, landscapes, art – on this exclusive Penn State Ag Alumni tour of Italy. Making stops in the Cinque Terre, Tuscany, and Venice, you will enjoy the bella vita of Italian life while having fun and learning great things about this amazing country.
Dr. Tracy Hoover is Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education for the College of Agricultural Sciences. Jean Lonie is the college's Director of Student Recruitment and Activities.
Dr. Jairam Vanamala is an Associate Professor of Food Science, and faculty member at the Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute as well as the Center for Molecular Immunology and Infectious Disease.
Dr. Robert F. Paulson is a Professor of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences.