Business Insider names two INTAG students among "Incredibly Impressive" Penn State undergraduates
February 27, 2014
College of Agricultural Sciences (and INTAG minor) students Abe DeHart and Allison Hoover honored for their many achievements.
Student Stories: Animal doctoring Down Under: Pre-vet student pursues dream
February 20, 2014
Many students have the chance to study abroad. Morgan Porter, a senior veterinary and biomedical sciences major, took the concept to a new level last year.
For 10 weeks, the Ephrata, Pa., native worked as a veterinary intern at Bulimba Veterinary Surgery in Brisbane, Australia.
Two Ag Sciences Graduate Students Awarded International Fellowships
February 18, 2014
Two Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences graduate students have been awarded fellowships from the U.S. Borlaug Global Food Security Program.
Maggie Douglas, a doctoral student in Entomology and International Agriculture and Development, and Katie Tavenner, a doctoral student in Rural Sociology and Women's Studies, received the fellowships to support their international research projects.
Jose de La Torre Endowment Opportunity for Graduate Students from Latin America
January 29, 2014
Nominations are sought for 2014/2015 academic year and will be accepted until 5 PM EST on April 30, 2014.
International degree program spawns graduate student seminars
January 24, 2014
Two Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences graduate students are building upon their international experiences by conducting a new graduate seminar series on tropical entomology.
The students are enrolled in the International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) dual-title degree program. According to Deanna Behring, the college's director of international programs, the program provides students with international perspectives and expertise to strengthen their primary graduate degree.