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2011

Student Stories: Environmental major taught kids wild things
October 6, 2011
Forty-five minutes down an old logging trail outside Pecos, NM, lies a wildlife lover's paradise, Cow Creek Ranch offers up to 20 visitors at a time the chance to fly-fish, horseback ride and hike throughout its miles of wilderness. It was amid this scenic splendor that Jessica Thomas interned during the summer of 2010.
Student Stories: Alaskan national park offers northern exposure
August 12, 2011
When recent Penn State graduate Mary Susan Sherman applied for several internships through the National Park Service, she never dreamed she would co-develop the foundation for an Alaska-based weed-management program. Last summer, Sherman -- who now holds a degree in Environmental Resource Management from the College of Agricultural Sciences -- and another student intern were based in Coal Creek Camp in central Alaska near the Yukon River.
Student Stories: Agribusiness major a travel bug
August 8, 2011
Stephanie Beeman always has had a passion for agriculture, and she's not afraid to travel to experience it.
Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)
August 5, 2011
SROP is an exciting and challenging program designed to provide research opportunities to underrepresented minority students.
BA 578: Entrepreneurship for Graduate Scientists and Engineers
March 7, 2011