AgSci Student News
Penn State Center Engaging Philadelphia is seeking two enthusiastic undergraduate students from Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences with extensive background in rural agriculture production, community and economic development, and/or landscape design.
We'd like to increase undergraduate involvement in this year's ECMSS (Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology Student Symposium) event. This article provides detailed information for students interested in participating.
During the month of January, students, faculty and staff at The Pennsylvania State University have been busy with the celebration and remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The College of Agricultural Sciences has participated in several activities.
If you have a Pell Grant as part of your financial aid package, and you are studying abroad for at least 4 weeks, apply for the Gilman Scholarship!
The deadline to apply for 2015-2016 scholarships in the College of Agricultural Sciences is April 30, 2015. Click for more details.
We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, hardworking students to join our team! If you have a passion for agricultural sciences and Penn State, we invite you to apply to become a member of our dynamic team.
AAUW State College Branch announces 2015 - 2016 Undergraduate Scholarship for Women.
The Parks and People Program is looking for student participants from Ag. Deadline to apply is Feb 1.
Are you studying abroad with an embedded course this spring or summer? Remember to fill out the Ag Sci Awards application for study abroad by Jan 31.
Are you looking for a lovely Valentine's gift? Penn State CFFA will be selling carnations and roses on February 13!
$7,500 grand prize! Ag Springboard is an annual business plan presentation competition open to all students at Penn State. Teams must consist of 2-5 students, at least one of whom must be a student enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
The program provides research experience with a goal of increasing the number of graduate degrees awarded to underrepresented U.S. students.
To provide hands-on research experience in the area of Integrative Biosciences.
Starting in 2015, interested junior and senior undergraduate students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from across the United States are invited to apply to the IIAD Internship Program.
Upcoming Environmental Education Curriculum classes for Spring 2015. Each class is worth .5 credits, involves a follow-up take home assignment and one day of hands on activities.
Undergraduate research opportunities are offered through the Office of Undergraduate Education and are open to students at all Penn State campuses.
Join us for this interactive workshop in which we will discuss global competency in the context of study abroad. Discover how to maximize your study abroad experience and learn tips from study abroad alumni.
Thinking about studying abroad? Like to be outside and interested in either environmental, plant, wildlife, development, sustainability, or conservation issues? Come join us for an information sessions about the many options for studying abroad with the School for Field Studies.
January 22, 7pm, 118 ASI, Student/Industry Workshop Students enrolled in Plant Science, Agroecology/Agronomy, Soil Science, ERM, Horticulture, Ag Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Ag Business: You are invited to participate in a Student/Industry Career Workshop
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.