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One-on-One Virtual Meet-Ups for Students and Alumni

Event Calendar
Agroforests in the tropics provide key conservation landscapes for amphibians

Although tropical forest ecosystems around the world have been modified and fragmented by agroforests planted to produce commodities such as coffee, rubber and areca palm, amphibian communities can survive in those transformed landscapes — if the agroforests are managed to support biodiversity. That’s the conclusion of a new study led by Penn State wildlife ecologists who surveyed frog populations in the Western Ghats, a mountain range that covers an area of 62,000 square miles parallel to the southwestern coast of India.

News

News releases with an international component.

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Alumni

Information and events for alumni of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences.

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Bylaws
Positive parenting and parenting satisfaction among Post-9/11 veteran fathers

A recent Penn State study with a large sample of post-9/11 veteran fathers examined factors that were associated with positive parenting.

Facilities

College of Ag Sciences Facilities

Upcoming Opportunities for Students Through Ag Future of America
New Director of Facilties and Safety

Effective February 1st, the College of Agricultural Sciences will have a new Director of Facilities and Safety.

News
College of Ag Sciences Scholarships are Available!

2022-2023 College of Agricultural Sciences Scholarship Application will be available February 1.

Campus Buildings, Research Facilities, and Service Laboratories

The Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences operates in a total of 312 buildings on University Park campus. Information including descriptions and map links is provided for some of the more prominent buildings, research facilities, and service laboratories on campus.

2022 Study - The Women's Power Gap at Elite Universities

The Women's Power Gap at Elite Universities: Scaling the Ivory Tower is the second in a series of two reports examining compensation and top leadership among the country’s 130 major research universities (R1 as defined by the Carnegie Classification). For updates on the Initiative and to learn more, visit WomensPowerGap.or

Articles of Interest
Sara May, Ph.D.
Building Coordinators
Office for Research and Graduate Education
Graduate Student Travel Awards

The purpose of this opportunity is to support graduate students in the College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) for presenting their original research at national or international meetings.

AES Contacts

Connect with the right person to help answer your questions and provide guidance for your AES project.

SAFES 2022 BOAT Grants Annouced

When December 13, 2021 11:00 AM to January 17, 2022 11:55 PM

Events
SAFES Seed Grant Competitions
Space Request Process

This is an overview of the new process in requesting space from the Office of Planning, Design & Properties