Picture this: Ag Sciences Student Goes Inside the White House Photography Office
March 23, 2015
Rachel Robbins, a junior in the College of Agricultural Sciences, parlayed her interests in government, history and photography into a rare experience at the White House last semester. The community, environment and development major spent the fall of 2014 hanging out with the president's pooches, documenting unpublished photographs of the Obama administration and rubbing shoulders with White House staff and politicians alike.
CED major to intern with the National Defense University
December 19, 2014
Arianna De Reus, a senior in the College of Agricultural Sciences, is moving ever closer toward her dream of working in national security. The Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, native's next step in realizing that goal is a spring semester internship with the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.
Student Stories: growing pains -- student researches moringa tree in Haiti
October 7, 2014
A good day for most people does not begin with waking up in a cinder block room in an orphanage in Haiti, but as senior Cara McDonald can tell you, rewarding experiences do not discriminate. They pop up in unexpected places, are often the product of hard work and allow for continued benefits for a long time -- much like the moringa tree.