AgSci Student News
The Penn State Smeal College of Business offers a One-Year Accelerated Master's Program in Management and Organizational Leadership
The purpose of this award shall be to honor and recognize a full-time instructor who is an outstanding teacher contributing significantly to undergraduate education in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) and BASF Accepting Applications for 2017 Ag Scholarships
Join the Student Farm Club on Wednesday, September 7, 2016, at the newly-established Student Farm for live music, farm tours, hands-on activities, demonstrations, and farm-fresh food samples. This event is free and open to the public.
The College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society annually offers awards to undergraduate students who have participated in a credit or non-credit internship.
The Penn State’s Poultry Judging team placed fifth overall at the USPOULTRY Foundation Ted Cameron National Poultry Judging Contest held at Louisiana State University on April 6-8, 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 spring course and maymester travel experience (CED 400 and 401).
Beginning with the Fall 2016 semester, there are several important academic changes that you need to be aware of. These changes include a new timeline for the drop/add period and course repeat limitations.
Stop by the Club Fair on August 31st to talk with current students and learn more about the student organizations and opportunities in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
An advanced entrepreneurship course is available this fall for AgSci students who have taken entrepreneurship or AGBM 100-level courses.
The secondary deadline of September 15, 2016 has opened for many Spring 2017 semester abroad programs.
The Division of Youth and 4-H in the Institute of Youth, Family, and Community is encouraging highly qualified, diverse college leaders to apply for up to eight college facilitator positions at the March 2017 National 4-H Conference in the DC area. Any enrolled college students with leadership and group facilitation skills are eligible for this opportunity.
Though she graduated this past May with a degree in Animal Science, Caitlyn Pool’s education began years ago, at home with her father as her teacher.
Plant Science majors Casey Baxter and Mikaela Hermstedt may know all there is to know about the Irish potato famine.
Urban blight in the western Pennsylvania city of New Castle is the focus of Chase Palmer's internship. The rising Penn State junior, double-majoring in Community, Environment, and Development and Geography, will spend the summer both looking back at the Lawrence County community's past, and looking ahead to its future.
Karoline Kent, last year’s president of the 4-H State Council, had a seamless transition from high school into her college career.
What do farms, feminism and the future all have in common? Hattie Henderson knows the answer. With her interests in incorporating new techniques in the farm industry, she is changing what it means to be a female farmer.
A small group of students and faculty from Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences visited Spain over spring break to explore the country's poultry industry and culture.
Studying to become a veterinarian and playing for the varsity soccer team sounds like a lot to handle, but Antoinette Chase has it covered. Now a senior, she balanced academic and athletic life at Penn State for the past four years.
In a remote Icelandic village, Sara Prizzi hiked with her classmates on a glacial outcropping. All around her, hundreds of tiny waterfalls cascaded down the sheep-dotted mountains, headed for the central river that led to the ocean.