AgSci Student News
From now through Friday, Nov. 6, students may nominate advisers for the 2016 Penn State University Excellence in Academic Advising Award.
Leaders from the Agriculture Industry will be talking about what they have done throughout their career. It will be held at 5:30 on October 14th in room 101 ASI building
Block & Bridle's Fall Meat Sale has started!
Last fall, Matthew Tice entered the Bryce Jordan Center dressed in his best suit, resume in hand and ready to shake hands with company representatives at the Penn State Agricultural Sciences Career Day.
The College of Agricultural Sciences’ Ag Career Day is a great opportunity for students to interact and meet future employers. For recent graduate Anh Tran, attending last year’s event led to a full-time job with the largest single-location mushroom farm in the world -- Giorgi Mushroom Company.
Alyssa Maxwell spoke to agricultural companies, had several interviews and scored her dream internship, all in a day’s work! The Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences Career Day set her on the path to success in the field of dairy science.
As the only female Turfgrass Science major at Penn State’s University Park campus, junior Devon Carroll is enjoying being a woman in what is considered a man's career field.
Kyle Love doesn't have the stress other seniors do about searching for a job after graduation. That's because, thanks to connections he made through Penn State's Ag Career Day, he's already been hired for a job in his chosen field, agronomy.
Free tickets available for students who wish to attend Russell Gold's lecture. Gold is the author of the Penn State Reads book "The Boom"....
For senior agricultural science major Luke Salter, the College of Agricultural Sciences' Ag Career Day last year was a window to the multiple job and internship opportunities the field has to offer. The result was an internship at Wenger Feeds.
The 2015 Pumpkin Festival and jack-o'-lantern contest will be held October 16th and 17th at the H. O. Smith Botanic Gardens.
Parents and Families Weekend will be held October 16 - 18 on the University Park Campus. The College of Agricultural Sciences will be holding events on Saturday, October 17th from 11 am until 1 pm.
Are you studying abroad with a short term trip this fall or winter break, or for a full semester this spring? Some funding deadlines are coming up that you might be interested in.
Dave Burgess, New York Times best‐selling author of Teach Like a PIRATE and 2014 BAMMY Award recipient is delivering an inspirational program that will transform the way you look at your role as an educator, colleague, and presenter.
Are you considering joining a faculty-led course that travels internationally? Come to the College of Agricultural Sciences International Course Fair on Oct 5!
Interested in learning more about study abroad options at Penn State? Come to the University wide Education Abroad Fair on Sept 30!
In a combined course and cultural engagement experience, Alexandra Dutt explored indigenous peoples’ understanding of their environment -- and how it could inform her own.
Nominations sought for the Paul R. and Joan M. Shellenberger Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Looking for an opportunity to update and enhance your Student Club/Organization Display?
The "Study Smarter Not Harder" workshop is back!! Students will leave this amazing workshop equipped with valuable information on how to process information and utilize their study time effectively.