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Morningside University Applied Agricultural & Food Studies Department

Ryan Tipps · January 12, 2022

Morningside University is a student-centered participatory community, offering a liberal arts curriculum with a diverse array of practical experiences. The goal of the university is the development of the whole person. Graduates are equipped for both personal and professional success. In the Applied Agricultural and Food Studies Department at Morningside University, you will find everything […]

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Huntington University Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies

Ryan Tipps · January 3, 2022

Faith. Family. Farming. As one of only a handful of Christ-centered institutions in the country offering multiple degrees in agriculture, this phrase forms the foundation of Huntington University’s Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies in Indiana. Launched in 2014, the Institute has become one of the fastest growing academic departments at Huntington University offering majors in […]

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SUNY Cobleskill School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Ryan Tipps · December 15, 2021

SUNY Cobleskill was founded in 1916 as the Schoharie School of Agriculture. Today, the College offers one of the most diverse agricultural programs in the United States, including Agricultural Business Management to Animal Science, Landscape Contracting to Turfgrass Management, Fisheries and Aquaculture to Environmental Studies, Culinary Arts, and more. Offering bachelor and associate degrees, students […]

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Corban University Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Ryan Tipps · October 4, 2021

Corban University has an 85-year history of educating Christians who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ. As the only Christian college west of the Rockies with an ag science program, Corban offers a Christ-centered education, academic excellence, and a vibrant community where students thrive in their faith and their purpose. Dig […]

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Sam Houston State University School of Agricultural Sciences

Ryan Tipps · February 1, 2021

Ranked among the top U.S. non-Land Grant universities in enrollment and widely recognized for its outstanding academic programs, the Sam Houston State University School of Agricultural Sciences program offers a wide variety of educational centers to allow for experiential learning to complement concepts taught in the classroom. The Agricultural Sciences program has multiple educational centers […]

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University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Ryan Tipps · January 15, 2021

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is rooted in tradition. The second oldest of 18 colleges within UGA, CAES was founded in 1859 and has a rich history of advancing students to achieve success in their educational goals through the use and development of cutting-edge technologies. We’re a college of learning, doing, seeing, experiencing, […]

North Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources

Ryan Tipps · January 22, 2020

The NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources has a tradition of excellence in teaching, research, and Extension. The three-tiered mission of a land-grant university is embodied by the faculty and staff. Our students have great opportunities to learn from and work with world-class scientists in state-of-the-art facilities. These interactions, along with a […]

Lake Land College Agriculture Division

Ryan Tipps · November 26, 2019

Lake Land College, located in Mattoon, Illinois, is a leading community college offering students more than 150 degree and certificate options at an affordable rate. Students who choose Lake Land do so to experience a personalized education through small class sizes and high quality academics. The college has been recognized three times by the prestigious […]

Delaware Valley University School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Ryan Tipps · November 26, 2019

Delaware Valley University’s undergraduate programs are grounded in our emphasis on experiential and interdisciplinary learning. In the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, you will gain hands-on, practical, real-world experience that will prepare you for your future. Our student-faculty ratio is 13:1, allowing for a very close-knit campus. We encourage an environment where faculty know […]

University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Ryan Tipps · November 14, 2019

As a student in the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences you’ll get the support, knowledge, experience, and, occasionally, the extra push you need to achieve more than you may be able to imagine. We don’t see you as who you have been. We see you as who you can become. Someone […]

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