AgSci Student News
AnSc499B/499C will explore United States and Swiss countries and compare animal and equine industries. The course will meet in spring semester 2016 with travel to Switzerland during Maymester 2016.
Immerse yourself in the indigenous communities of the Great Lakes. Learn about indigenous world view, cultural practices, and unique ways of knowing with a combined course and travel experience.
Interested in studying abroad for the Spring 2016 semester? It is not too late. Some spring semester programs have a second deadline to apply by Sept 15.
Shaver's Creek now offers more credit classes each year, including Outdoor School. Check out the many opportunities available!
Join us at OUTDOOR SCHOOL ! Shaver's Creek was founded by Penn State in 1976 as a field laboratory for students to get hands-on experience teaching in, and about, the natural world.
Do you have a strong resume and cover letter? Are you confident in your interviewing skills? Do you think you are prepared for Ag Career Day? The Alumni Society is dedicated to providing you with resources to answer these questions with yes and be successful in today's agricultural workforce. Mark your calendar on October 6 for the Mentoring Workshop.
Penn State Collegiate FFA will be traveling to Springfield Massachusetts for the Big E from September 18-20. This is a fantastic volunteer opportunity to help judge CDEs such as veterinary science/small animal, poultry, food science, extemporaneous public speaking, and natural resources!
Penn State's new Scholarship, Sustainability and Civic Engagement Program (SSCEP) is seeking undergraduate students interested in an in-depth, immersive experience working with community development practitioners in a Pennsylvania community. Applications are due September 18.
The AFA Leaders Conference provides support for college men and women who are preparing for careers in agriculture-related fields, while at the same time supporting the development of human capital for the agriculture and food industry.
AgChoice Farm Credit created the AgChoice Scholars program, a unique experiential learning opportunity for a small group of Penn State students.
Thinking about studying abroad? Check out the International Courses offered by Ag Sciences faculty coming up this year!
There is still time to apply to study abroad with Dr. Joy Pate in Australia this spring semester for 6 weeks!
The College Aggies Online Scholarship Program begins September 28, 2015. To sign up your club or to sign up as an individual, please contact Amanda Logan at email@example.com.
The Arboretum at Penn State is seeking volunteers to work on the Hartley Wood Wildflower Trail.
The College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society annually offers awards to undergraduate students who have participated in a credit or non-credit internship.
New students meet with the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
In high school, Carolyn McDonald felt a connection to the country of Haiti and decided to focus her future on how she could help make it a better place.
Animal Science students placed second in national contest for the second straight year. Joshua Cassar was first place overall individual.
Delainey Loedding found herself in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, last summer with her hands full -- of snakes. She interned with the Urban Ecology Center, a small nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting community members to nature through habitat restoration, environmental education and citizen science.
The Penn State Teach Ag! Society embarked on their third annual Domestic Study Away, this year to the great "hospitality state" of Mississippi! A week long adventure exploring school-based agriculture education in states outside of Pennsylvania, attending students participate in powerful professional development, engaging conversation and unforgettable experiences!