The Office of Multicultural Affairs in the College of Agricultural Sciences has partnered with Upward Bound Math and Science to create the College of Ag Science Summer Experience.
Wondering why there is so much interest in and concern about honey bees these days? Join us for Honey Bees and Humans and find out!
The College of Agricultural Sciences Spring 2014 Commencement exercises will be at the Bryce Jordan Center this year on Sunday, May 11, at 3:30 p.m. Please note the new date, time, and location. In keeping with the preferred university format, another change for this year involves the processional. The overall student marshal and the student department marshals (to include E R M) will be the only students in the processional. The student marshals are determined by highest achieving GPA.
The Schreyer Honors College Course Development/Enhancement Awards are designed to support the design, development, and improvement of honors courses that meet honors course requirements for Schreyer Scholars.
The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Schreyer Honors College welcomes your applications for the DHFP for fall 2014 starting in April 2014.
The purpose of the endowed Harbaugh Faculty Scholars Program Award for Excellence in Teaching & Learning is to inspire innovative teaching and learning in the College of Agricultural Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University. By providing awards to full-time faculty members interested in developing new, innovative, and non-traditional curriculum, the program aims to enhance student learning and academic performance within the College. Recipients of this award will be known as Harbaugh Faculty Scholars.
Two scholarships for faculty and/or staff involved in online learning are avaialble to attend The Institute for Engaged Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL), a unique blended-learning leadership development program sponsored by Penn State and the Sloan Consortium.
A college level endowment will support select undergraduate and graduate students through a mentoring program with the College of Agricultural Sciences Deans during Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.
Beginning in 2014-2015, there will be a new time frame for Student Activities Funding.
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The Office for Undergraduate Education provides funding opportunities during Summer 2014 for students working with a CAS faculty to conduct research.
Students are expected to attend the commencement ceremony at the end of the semester in which they will be certified for graduation.
The General Education Task Force is currently working on a proposal to revise Penn State's General Education curriculum.
Applications now being accepted for the 2014 Dutch Gold Honey Undergraduate Scholarship for research in honey bee biology and health.
Nominations are now being accepted for the William Henson Diversity Achievement Award.
Learn more about Early Progress Reports (EPR) for Instructors and Advisers and how EPR works.
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The Advocates are a select group of undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural Sciences. The Ag Advocates are a vital constituent in assisting the College in the recruitment and retention of highly qualified students.
The Instruction and Curricular Affairs Committee made changes and revisions during the November 2013 and January 2014 meetings.
The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Schreyer Honors College will be taking applications for the DHFP for fall 2014 starting in March 2014.