AgSci Student News
Penn State's Meat Sales By Block and Bridle are starting up again, and we're selling a large variety of products, like sausage, ground beef, summer sausage, and boneless ham.
Show up with your ideas and we'll help you develop pitches for the Ag Springboard student business pitch contest. Get an idea notebook and gift cert for a Creamery ice cream. And if you win Ag Springboard? $7,500 to launch your idea!
Stop in to the Ag Sci International Course Open House on Tuesday, March 17 from 11am-1pm in the Forest Resources Building 1st floor lobby.
The College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society annually offers awards to undergraduate students who have participated in a credit or non-credit internship.
Come on out to The Wildlife Society's 10th Annual Wild Game Dinner on March 21st at Lambert Hall in Bellefonte, PA. Join us for good food, gun raffle, silent auction, a guest speaker, and competitions!
Attention all College of Ag Sciences clubs and organizations: The Ag Student Council is updating its membership list and requires your help! All clubs must submit information to be included in the roster, stay updated, and fulfill your requirements.
This award is sponsored by the College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society to recognize excellence in advising undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Attend the 2015 PennAg Future Agribusiness Leader Banquet and Annual Meeting!
A follow-up workshop to Study Smarter, Not Harder will be held on Tuesday, February 24th at 6:00 p.m. in 124 Findlay/Johnston Commons in East Halls. All students are invited to attend.
Sponsored by Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society for Agricultural Sciences and The College of Agricultural Sciences.
Cargill and the Institute of International Education (IIE) are pleased to announce the launch of the 2014-2015 Cargill Global Scholars Program application cycle.
The Glenn Goldsmith Breeding Excellence Scholarship, worth $7,500, is awarded to a student working toward a degree in plant breeding. The Goldsmith Seeds Floriculture Business Advancement Scholarship, worth $7,500, is awarded to a student working toward a degree in ornamental horticulture business.
Applications now being accepted for the 2015 Apes Valentes Undergraduate Summer Research Award for research in pollinator biology and health.
Interested in showing a beef heifer, horse, lamb, or hog this spring? Then check out Block & Bridle for more information on Little I.
The International Ag Club is sponsoring a professional speaker, Kate Bassett. She will discuss an interesting project she is working on in Belize, and how she built her own alternative study abroad experience which led to her international student teaching experience coming up in Belize.
Are you thinking about studying abroad? Do you love being outside? Come to an open student info session on Friday, Feb 27 from 10:30am - 12:00 noon in 122 Ag Admin to learn more about the School for Field Studies and meet with their representative to PSU, Amy Burrows.
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!