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Test your knowledge of topics ranging from vertebrates and applied animal welfare to international agriculture and agricultural systems management.

The fifth annual Ag Day will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the HUB-Robeson Center.

Allison Hoover traveled to Turrialba to strengthen her Spanish language skills and explore the diverse agriculture of Costa Rica's central valley.

According to a team of college entomologists, biopesticides might provide an effective way to control bed bugs.

Researchers in the college are investigating ways to create sustainable cropping systems for high-value organic livestock feed and forage.

Collaborative research between college veterinarians and electrical engineers at Penn State could speed up the process of identifying damaged or diseased tissue.

When I arrived on campus as a freshman in the summer of 1972, an ice cream cone at the Creamery cost 35 cents. Things change though...

DairyCents, a free mobile app, can help farmers make sense of financial planning.

The Northeast could help lead the way to a renewable-energy-based economy by growing energy crops on marginal and abandoned land.

As 4-H celebrates its 100th birthday, take a few moments to see what it can do for the young people in your life.

John Carlson, professor of molecular genetics in the college, was chosen to receive the 2011–2012 Alex and Jessie C. Black Award for Excellence in Research.

Think Ag Sciences might be the right educational choice for you?

When Adam Plucinski returns to Penn State this fall to begin a Master’s program in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, he will be no stranger to working in a laboratory.

Experienced and new beekeepers alike have a new opportunity to expand their learning through an online Penn State Extension course.

Mount Nittany, June 25, 2012

On assignments, I often have the good fortune to see scientists, educators, students, alumni—all the people that make up the college—at work, in a way most people don’t.

People are busy. Life is complicated. Yet, alumni continue to donate time and resources to support the college despite professional and personal commitments. Three alumni explain why they chose to get involved.

Shelley Coneybeer sat down on her bed and cried. The past few months of her life felt like a horror movie. Hundreds of stink bugs invaded her home.