AgSci Student News
Students are invited to attend "Study Smarter, Not Harder", an information session to help you reflect on your own study habits and develop more effective strategies for learning.
Proposals are due on or before February 16, 2015 for those events that will occur between March 1 and September 30, 2015.
Announcing the deadline for student clubs and organizations to submit proposals for student activities funding.
Did you know University Park students can study alongside students from other campuses and all over the world?
New students meet with the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Entrance to Major for sophomores who are still in pre-major status runs from January 2 until February 13.
Student parking registration for the Spring 2015 semester will begin Tuesday, January 6th at Noon, and will be available exclusively online at the Transportation Services website.
Arianna De Reus, a senior in the College of Agricultural Sciences, is moving ever closer toward her dream of working in national security. The Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, native's next step in realizing that goal is a spring semester internship with the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.
Were you taught by an outstanding faculty member this semester?
Each year PASA'S Farming for the Future Conference seeks to inform its members of the latest innovations in sustainable agriculture, while also giving them an opportunity to celebrate the past year and look forward to the next.
"Exploring Indigenous Ways in the Great Lakes Region," CED 497 C&D, is a two-part course in Spring 2015 and Maymester travel.
This summer research program is intended for undergraduate students who are passionate about using science to solve human health problems related to the environment.
The Penn State Dairy Products Evaluation Team placed 2nd in cottage cheese at the 93rd Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest. Kahing Choi placed 1st in the individual competition in cottage cheese.
Are you a Penn State student who has stood up for what's right?
The College of Agricultural Sciences and the Ag Alumni Society invite you and your guests to a complimentary reception celebrating your graduation following commencement!
The Penn State Department of Animal Science's poultry judging team captured second place overall at the 49th annual National Collegiate Poultry Judging held in Fayetteville, Arkansas last week, building on a strong winning tradition.
WE ARE...looking for enthusiastic Penn State students to join our team! Deadline is November 20!
Learn about fully funded grants for study, research or English Teaching Assistantships in more than 140 countries.
INTAG 499B: Sustainable Agriculture and Development in Brazil will explore critical issues in agriculture, biodiversity, and development in southern Brazil and relate these to the situation in the US.
CED 499B: Local Rural Development in Costa Rica will explore development initiatives and issues, while applying them to the context of Costa Rica.