Penn State Ag Alumni Society News
The Ag Alumni Society's mission is to connect, serve, and recognize alumni, students, and faculty by fostering relationships, commitment, and pride that characterizes our College. The society plays a vital role in supporting the college, students, and alumni programming. Alumni who graduated from the College of Agricultural Sciences become members of the Ag Alumni Society automatically by joining the Penn State Alumni Association.
Mathew Gardner '09 Immunology and Infectious Disease, is part of a team that has engineered a new molecule they say can block infection with the virus that causes AIDS.
The Ag Alumni Society annually offers awards to undergraduate students who have participated in a credit or non-credit internship. The deadline to submit applications is September 11 by 5:00 pm.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Excellence in Academic Advising Award. The deadline for nominations is Monday, March 30.
Roger L. Williams, executive director of the Penn State Alumni Association since 2003 and associate vice president of the University for alumni relations, has announced his retirement, effective June 30.
The Ag Alumni Society and the Ag Council co-sponsored an alumni reception and open forum to visit with the new Dean of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences, Dr. Rick Roush on February 4, 2015 in Gettysburg. Over 100 alumni and friends spent an enjoyable evening full of conversation and catching up.
Join us on the first Ag & History Tour to the National Museum of the American Coverlet and the Somerset Historical Center followed by a candlelit dinner at the historic Jean Bonnet Tavern.
Hunter Stauffer a 2012 graduate is a Procurement Forester with St. Marys Lumber Company. He is a professional forester and is challenged with managing renewable forest resources and landscapes to improve the quality of our environment in our ever-changing society. Learn more about Hunter and his career.
View photos from the Fall Graduation Reception hosted by the Ag Alumni Society held in the Bryce Jordan Center following commencement on December 20.
In the spirit of institutional cooperation, the Big Ten schools with agricultural programs are once again gathering our alumni and friends in the Washington, D.C. area for a special event at the National Press Club on Tuesday, March 3.
The Ag Alumni Society and Ag Council are hosting a complimentary reception and open forum to visit with the new Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences, Dr. Rick Roush on Wednesday, February 4 at The Lodges at Gettysburg.
On behalf of the Ag Alumni Society, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season. The University and the College of Agricultural Sciences will be closed for the holiday starting on Wednesday, December 24 through Thursday, January 1.
Check-out the Ag Alumni Society photo gallery to see what we've been up to! You are sure to see fellow classmates and friends.
Held on November 29, Ag Live surpasses fundraising goal for the eight consecutive year raising more than $42,000 through sponsorships, a live auction and a silent auction. These funds will directly benefit the newly created Ag Alumni Society Trustee Endowed Scholarship.
The Creamery website is undergoing some major renovations, and we need to hear from alumni about your Creamery memories and hopes for the future.
Check-out all the photos from the Ag Live Tailgate held on November 29, 2014. You will see a lot of great photos of alumni and friends with the Nittany Lion, fun props at the photo booth, and much more!
The 2014 Armsby Honor Society celebration and new member induction took place on Friday, October, 31 with a Reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by Dinner and a Ceremony at 6:30 p.m. at The Nittany Lion Inn. Dean Richard Roush was the keynote speaker.
Three alumni were recognized with the Outstanding Alumni Award and one alumnus with the Outstanding Recent Alumnus Award on October 20, 2014 at the Nittany Lion Inn. Named Outstanding Alumni were Alan Bair, Siree Chaiseri, and Calvin Ernst. Justin Runyon was named Outstanding Recent Alumnus.
Add the newest Dairymen’s Club bottle to your collection! The Penn State Dairymen’s Club announces a holiday sale of their milk bottle collection, along with the release of the new 2014 milk bottle. The new milk bottle features the student section in Beaver Stadium, commonly known as the “S-Zone.”
Kick-off for the Penn State vs. Michigan State football game has been set for 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 29. The tailgate begins at noon. Remember to bring your Tackle Hunger food drive donations which support the Penn State Lion's Pantry.
Check-out the great items available in the live auction at the Ag Live Tailgate to be held on November 29. Proceeds from the live auction directly benefit the newly created Ag Alumni Society Trustee Endowed Scholarship.