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Professor Derrick Oosterhuis in the Bumpers College department of crop, soil and environmental sciences at the University of Arkansas has received the Werner L. Nelson award from the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation.
The Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences has named Ted Dorn its Outstanding Alumni Award winner and Jenny Jennings its Alumni Society Young Alumni Award winner.
Sara Beth Waller, a Lonoke County extension agent, will become the first student to take all online courses to earn a Master of Science in agricultural and extension education degree from Bumpers College.
The Bumpers College Honors Program has recognized
winners in its first Outstanding Project and Thesis competition
Bumpers College Dean Michael Vayda held the inaugural meeting of his Dean’s Executive Advisory Board, which will assist the college in preparing students to meet employers’ needs.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack visited with students and many others while serving as the featured speaker for this year’s Dale and Betty Bumpers Distinguished Lecturer Series.
Koen Dewettinck, director of international programs for the University of Gent, Belgium, will make two presentations.
Whitaker Animal Science Center gets a spring cleaning as more than 100 students pitch in following the state FFA judging contest.
Sponsored by the U of A Division of Agriculture and Bumpers College, the Moms on the Farm program gives participants a chance to see a family farm in action.
Wes Jamison of Palm Beach
Atlantic University will lecture on “You’re Guilty: How
Animal Rights Groups Use Cognitive Dissonance to Persuade Consumers” at
11 a.m. April 23.
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