AgSci Student News
Alpha Zeta (AZ) will be hosting an 'all you can eat' pancake breakfast on Saturday, March 29th from 9-11 AM to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.
Have you ever dreamed of leading a calf through the show ring just as many kids do at your hometown fair? Would you like to get hands-on experience with a dairy animal? Now is your chance! The Dairy Science Club is offering a dairy heifer showmanship contest and invites everyone with an interest in animals to participate in the contest on Saturday, April 26th.
Delta Theta Sigma is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Wednesday, March 26th at $5 a person to raise money for AgrAbilities. This organization raises money and support for farmers with impairments and disabilities.
The College of Agricultural Sciences spring 2014 commencement ceremony will be at the Bryce Jordan Center this year on Sunday, May 11, at 3:30 p.m.
It’s time to think about your future. What will you do when you leave Penn State? On Thursday, March 20, there will be an open panel discussion among professionals from government, non-profits, and private firms, to talk about careers paths for graduates with an interest in addressing the complex issues surrounding Chesapeake Bay restoration.
The Penn State Coaly Honor Society and College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society will be hosting the College of Agricultural Sciences Outstanding Senior Contest! The award is based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities, work experiences, and contributions to Penn State and our college.
Are you interested in a research internship this summer regarding the majors: Immunology and Infectious Disease (IID), Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences (VBS), or Animal Science (AN SC)?
The College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society annually offers awards to undergraduate students, who have participated in a credit or non-credit internship. The deadline to submit applications for these awards, is by 5:00 pm, on September 12.
Through the Excellence in Academic Advising Awards, the College of Agricultural Sciences recognizes faculty with outstanding skills in undergraduate academic advising, career planning, and personal counseling. Nominations, for this award, can be made by alumni, faculty, administrators, and students. Nominations are now being accepted, and are due by April 7.
It is that time of year again! Support Penn State Block and Bridle by purchasing meat from their semi-annual sale! Orders are due by April 3rd and will be ready for pick up April 17th and the 18th.
Ag Day 2014 is 2 weeks away! Order your AG'14 t-shirt so you're ready for the big day! Reminders: Ag Day is Wednesday, April 2nd from 9 am - 4 pm at Alumni Hall in the HUB and the Creamery Lawn. Club & Org Registration Forms are due March 21st.
Collegiate Farm Bureau will be hosting Kate Hall, Partnerships and Programs Manager from Biotechnology Industry Organization, Food and Agriculture Division, for an informative discussion about the impact of biotechnology on the agriculture industry on March 5th at 5:30 p.m. in 101 ASI.
Food Science 105 (FD SC 105) (GHA) is again being offered this summer.
Penn State Poultry Science Club and its members did very well at the U.S. Poultry Association International Poultry and Processing Exposition (IPPE) in Atlanta. The club placed 2nd, Taylor Young and Corissa Steimling placed 1st and 2nd in "Member of the Year." The club made '3rd place scrapbook' and Amy Mayer won the Sloan Award for best undergraduate research poster presentation.
Join the State College Crop Mobs team and learn how you can experience sustainable, local agriculture hands-on for a day! Come to the Sustainable Agriculture Club's meeting Tuesday, March 4th at 7:00 pm in 371 Willard Building.
The Alumni Relations Office is seeking a talented, energetic and reliable undergraduate student in the College of Agricultural Sciences for a paid internship position for the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 semesters. Applications are due by March 31 at 5:00 p.m.
Penn State Collegiate Grange will be giving out free hot chocolate Monday, March 3 in ASI Lobby.
Collegiate Farm Bureau will be hosting Kate Hall for a talk about biotechnology and what it means for farmers, consumers, and the entire United States on March 5th at 5:30 p.m. in 101 ASI.
Eight members of Collegiate Cattlewomen had the opportunity to travel to Nashville Tennessee from February 3-7 to attend the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Convention and Trade Show.
Due to inclement weather, forcing the cancellation of the AgriCorps Informational Seminar on February 13, PSU Teach Ag! Society will replace this professional development experience by hosting an online webinar with Mr. Blaze Currie, Executive Director of AgriCorps. The webinar will be on Tuesday, February 25th, from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST.