AgSci Student News
Teach Ag Society and International Ag Social and Bonfire to be held at the Agronomy farm on November 6th at 7p.m.
Between now through Nov. 27, students are invited to nominate an academic adviser, to be considered for the 2014 Penn State Excellence in Advising Award.
This week, students are invited to listen to Vincent Ricciardi discuss his STOPS project in Ghana, during this past summer. Come to the International Ag Fall Speaker Series presentation on November 6, to find out what he did and all that he learned, while working on the STOPS project.
The College of Agricultural Sciences Fall 2013 Commencement, Saturday, December 21, at 9:00 a.m. in the Bryce Jordan Center.
CED 497 B & C is a two-part course for this Spring and Maymester. The spring course will provide graduate and undergraduate students with a cultural understanding for the immersive Maymester experience they will have among one of the largest Native American tribes, the Ojibwe of northern Minnesota.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Press Office is offering internships for Penn State students during the annual show, set for Jan. 4-11, 2014.
The INTAG/AG BM 499 E & F course - Comparing US and French Agricultural Systems course is currently accepting applications.
Your ideas to improve agriculture can change the world. We’re awarding over $200,000 to make it happen! Are you a student in the United States with an idea that could improve the global food system? A 2-page business plan, and a presentation with up to 10 slides, could win you the first Agricultural Innovation Prize.
The INTAG/AGBM embedded course to Greece - Exploring Greek Food Systems has spots available.
ERM Embedded Course to Costa Rica open to any major! Info Session in 122 Ag Admin this Wed, Oct 30 at 4:30pm.
This week listen to David Hughes talk about his Zombie Ant research. Listen to him speak about what he has discovered and learned through his research at the International Ag Fall Speaker Series presentation on October 30.
On Thursday, November 7 at 6:30 pm, Penn State Collegiate Grange will host the First Annual Penn State Grange Fair in the lobby of ASI Building and everyone is invited. At 7:30, Sue Paterno will speak about the importance of improving your local community in 101 ASI.
ERM is leading a course to Costa Rica that meets in the spring semester and travels over spring break. There are still some spots available in the course, which is now open to any major.
The National Corn Growers Associate is offering a scholarship for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in an agricultural, agribusiness, or an ag vocation field.
Join us for an information session on INTAG 499B, Sustainable Agriculture and Development in Brazil, which includes an embedded trip to southern Brazil over Spring Break 2014. Come to Room 122 Ag. Admin. Building, on Tuesday, October 15, at 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Chad Dechow will share some tips on funding ideas to fund an international club trip. This is at our NEW DAY and TIME on Wednesday at 3:30pm, in 122 Ag Admin (the Study Abroad Lounge).
We have a few more spots available for the Animal Sciences Australia Semester program for Spring 2014!
On behalf of the Office for Multicultural Affairs and the College of Agricultural Sciences, you are invited to participate in the 2013 Missing Pieces Series: Completing Your Undergraduate Experience. The Missing Pieces Series is intended to educate undergraduate students in key areas that will best prepare them to be successful in and complete their undergraduate experience here at Penn State.
Collegiate Farm Bureau will be hosting a speaker panel with four prominent guests in the Agriculture Industry. Bring your friends and join us in 101 ASI on October 16th at 5:30 pm.
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