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2018

Ribbon-cutting marks reopening of renovated Agricultural Engineering Building
June 12, 2018
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today (June 8) to mark the official opening of Penn State’s rebuilt and renovated Agricultural Engineering Building, which houses the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Hold your quarter horses: Donors create equine legacy at Penn State
May 30, 2018
Penn State's Equine Science Program recently received "Red, White N Good,” a quarter-horse stallion valued at $130,000, from Craig and Becky Bailey, of Bailey Farm in Ohio.
Penn State philanthropists honor Anna Griswold by naming ag sciences scholarship
April 25, 2018
To honor Anna Griswold, retired assistant vice president for undergraduate education and executive director for student aid, business alum Tom Sharbaugh and his wife, Kristin Hayes, created the Anna M. Griswold Open Doors Scholarship in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
AgSci dean, faculty, staff endow scholarships during Greater Penn State campaign
April 16, 2018
After Dean Rick Roush endowed the Rick Roush and Robyn Krause-Hale Open Doors Scholarship in the College of Agricultural Sciences, several other faculty and staff members followed suit.
Penn State Ag Sci devotees' gifts endow scholarship, name office in new building
April 6, 2018
Agricultural Sciences alumnus John Graham '64, '65, and his wife, Carol, a retired music teacher, decided it was time to "pay back the University for giving me such a great start in life."
York County commissioner creates 4-H leadership award during Penn State campaign
March 5, 2018
Though neither a Penn State alumnus nor a former 4-H member, York County Commissioner Doug Hoke establishes an award in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Former ag international programs coordinator creates study abroad scholarship
February 20, 2018
Several years after leaving Penn State, Marilyn McPheron, former international programs coordinator in the College of Agricultural Sciences, and her husband, Bruce, former dean of the college, decided to endow a scholarship to make international experiences more affordable for students in the college.