Sara Getson came to Penn State and developed an unexpected academic passion -- fungi.
“Urban agriculture” isn’t a well-known concept, but Sara Touey plans to change that.
“Engineering is a field that brings you challenges every day, and I love challenges. Constantly learning new skills and knowledge is really important to me,” said Lauren Oeste.
Switching majors in college is not unusual, but Morgan Lingle followed an unusual path. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology before she began pursuing her interests in plants professionally.
The son of a third-generation farmer, Tyrel Kling was raised on nearly 700 acres in New Columbia, Pennsylvania. Growing up, he was very involved in the family’s beef, poultry and grain operations.
Is there a better place for a summer vacation than Hawaii? After spending 12 weeks on the island of Maui interning with Monsanto, Nettie Baugher doesn't think so.
Though she graduated this past May with a degree in Animal Science, Caitlyn Pool’s education began years ago, at home with her father as her teacher.
Plant Science majors Casey Baxter and Mikaela Hermstedt may know all there is to know about the Irish potato famine.
Urban blight in the western Pennsylvania city of New Castle is the focus of Chase Palmer's internship. The rising Penn State junior, double-majoring in Community, Environment, and Development and Geography, will spend the summer both looking back at the Lawrence County community's past, and looking ahead to its future.
Karoline Kent, last year’s president of the 4-H State Council, had a seamless transition from high school into her college career.