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A-State - Staplcotn Congressional Intern Grant Wilson on inauguration day in Washington, DC.
Graduate student Brittany Barnes participated in the student presentation competition at the 2017 Beltwide Cotton Conference in Dallas, TX, January 4 - 6, 2017.
Her oral presentation entitled "Evaluation of Polyacrylamide on Irrigation Efficiency, Soil Conservation, and Water Quality in Furrow Irrigated Mid-South Cotton Production" placed second in the Cotton Agronomy, Physiology, and Soil Conference, earning Brittany a recognition plaque and $200. Brittany’s field work was conducted at the Judd Hill Foundation Research Farm in Trumann.
She currently holds the Judd Hill Fellowship in Cotton Research at A-State. Her major advisor is Dr. Michelle Reba with the USDA-ARS Delta Water Management Research Unit. Her research committee also includes COAT faculty, Dr. Tina Gray Teague and Dr. Calvin Shumway.
Recent graduate Hunter Biram explains how he discovered Agricultural Business at A-State and how his willingness to work outside the classroom has given him unique experiences as he builds a career.
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Dr. Bert Greenwalt has been named the Distinguished Alumnus Award winner for 2016 - 17 by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness in the University of Arkansas' Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences.
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Over the past 100 years, A-State has evolved from a regional school of agricultural instruction to a comprehensive university. The College of Agriculture and Technology has also evolved throughout the years. While education is still our primary mission, we also have extensive public outreach programming and research activities.
Graduates ready for career advancement
We prepare our graduates for entry and career advancement in the food, fiber and natural resources industry, which involves production (farming), agribusiness and
We offer both undergraduate and master’s degrees within the college, and we participate in doctoral education through the interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences and Molecular Biosciences programs.
"The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasts that over the next five years the annual demand for college graduates in agriculture and food industries will be 57,900 jobs per year. Unfortunately, American agricultural colleges . . . will only be producing about 35,400 graduates per year."
The ASU Regional Farmers' Market is a non-profit entity for the purpose of developing and operating a locally owned and operated farmers' market in Jonesboro and the surrounding area.
For further information, contact Bob Young: 870-926-0250
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