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The Ag Live Tailgate will be held 3.5 hours prior to the Penn State versus Wisconsin football game on November 24 at the Snider Agricultural Arena.
Philip Bachman was recognized for outstanding academics, extracurricular activities, work experience, and communication skills by the Ag Alumni Society with the 2012 Outstanding Senior Award.
The Ag Alumni Society blog keeps 31,000 alumni across the country updated on the activities of the society and the things we do to connect, serve, and recognize our alumni, students, and faculty.
Jena Sigel is a new member of the alumni society team this year—an intern with a lot of experience.
Nelson Loftus, ’58, ’62g Forestry, ’66 Ph.D. Agronomy, was recently awarded the National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association (NAADA) Volunteer Service Award.
More than 200 ag alumni from eight Big Ten schools gathered in Washington, D.C., on February 27 to work together for what Naomi Knaub, ’98 HHD, calls “the good of the land-grant mission.”
Nancy Dreschel, ’07 Ph.D. HHD, has taught courses in small-animal sciences at Penn State since 2004 and is the adviser for the Small and Exotic Animal Club.
“Do you eat?” Earl K. Harbaugh, of St. Charles, Ill., offers that simple question when others wonder why donations to agricultural science research and education are important.
Roxanne (Hoffman) Shiels, ’90 ERM, ’93g Forest Resources, and Sharon Stringer, ’78 Comm, ’96g Ag Ed, ’99 Ph.D. Ag Ext Ed, were recently elected to three-year terms on the Alumni Council, an organization that shapes the policies and direction of the Penn State Alumni Association.
Larry Campbell and Jody Kull receive recognition from the Penn State Alumni Association.
Scott McAllister is elected as the new alumni society president.
Since 1986, more than 230 students have received over $126,000 in support of experiential learning in the college.
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Since the inception of the endowment in 1971, the society has awarded more than $281,000 in scholarships benefiting 327 students.
John Ewing is an assistant professor of agricultural and extension education and received his award from the Ag Alumni Society at spring commencement.
The Outstanding Alumni Award is the highest honor presented to select alumni by the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Ag Alumni Society.
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A one-day mentoring workshop provides an opportunity for students to meet and learn from accomplished alumni in their field of interest.
Join us at the Ag Arena with hundreds of ag alumni and friends before the Penn State/Nebraska football game.