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Four Agricultural and Extension Education Grad Students Earn NACTA Recognition
Patterson Hillaire, Kylie Hackworth, Katie Dobbins and Shaylee Wallace, all agricultural and extension education master's degree students, were recognized for teaching and poster presentations.
Williams, Jeesan, Bhattarai Win Bumpers College Honors Program Poster Competition
Claire Williams, Shady Afrin Jeesan and Gehendra Bhattarai were the winners of the Honors Student Board Poster Competition.
Three U of A Students Named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
The fellowships are each worth $34,000 per year for up to three years and are awarded to student researchers in the STEM fields.
Arkansas High School Students Dig in to Environmental, Agricultural Research
More than 150 Arkansas high school students and teachers tested water quality, threshed wheat seed and climbed into holes at the Arkansas Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
Bumpers Students Provide Horticulture, Nutrition and Crop Marketing Assistance in Timor-Leste
Three students in the Bumpers College — Olivia Caillouet, Katie Dobbins and Karlee Pruitt — recently participated in a study abroad trip to Timor-Leste as part of an online consortium.
Grad Student Dobbins One of 30 USDA Diversity Program Winners
Catherine "Katie" Dobbins, a master's degree student, was one of just 10 graduate students named winners of this year's USDA Student Diversity Program.
Bumpers College Graduate Student Selected for PAAD Program
Olivia Caillouet has been selected to participate in the Professional Awareness, Advancement and Development program, which offers access to industry, government and nonprofit leaders.
Center For Food Animal Wellbeing Hosting Annual Symposium Aug. 3
Academic and industry experts will be among the speakers discussing the challenges and opportunities involved in managing the health and well-being of cattle, poultry and hogs.