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Farm to Table 5K Set for April 13; Register Now
The Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Graduate Club at the University of Arkansas will host the ninth annual Farm to Table 5K on April 13.
Discovery Journal Deadline for Bumpers College Undergraduate Student Researchers to Submit Is May 3
Discovery, the undergraduate research journal of the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, is inviting submissions for the Fall 2019 issue. Deadline to submit is May 3.
Wilton Named Director of Development for Bumpers College
Mark Wilton secured three of the largest gifts ever for Auburn University’s College of Agriculture, all for student and program support.
Branscum, State Director of USDA Rural Development, Visits Rural Families and Communities Class
Alumnus David Branscum, state director for the USDA Office of Rural Development, recently visited with a class on campus in School of Human Environmental Sciences.
Singh Appointed as Student Representative to both Society of Sensory Professionals and Institute of Food Technologists
Asmita Singh, a graduate student in food science, has been appointed as the student representative to two national societies for sensory scientists and food scientists.
Bumpers College Clubs Hosting Annual Lawnmower Tune-Up Fundraiser
The University of Arkansas Agricultural Mechanics and Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow clubs will be hosting the annual Lawnmower Tune-Up fundraiser March 8-9.
Horticulture, Landscape and Turf Sciences Students Win SASHS Awards; McDonald Top Educator
Students Virginia Beasley, Autumn Brown, Max Mckeown, David Su and Josh Tebow each won first in their divisions, and Garry McDonald was honored with the Distinguished Educator Award.
Bumpers Crop of Students Earn Graduate Degrees in Entomology and Plant Pathology
Thirteen students earned graduate degrees in entomology and plant pathology in 2018. The two programs are merging into one department.
Open to All Students: A Minor in Agribusiness
A minor in agricultural business or international economic development offers a way to study such topics as economics, environment or the business of food
Registration Deadline Feb. 15 for Science of Diet and Exercise Symposium
The Center for Human Nutrition Research Symposium on "The Science of Diet and Exercise" will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, at the Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences.