Dr. Gu and Dr. Davis will take students from TAMU and Florida along with growers and industry professionals for a horticultural journey through China.
Contact Dr. Gu to ask about the reduced $0 program fee! And don't forget to apply for the COALS study abroad scholarships by Friday March 1st. Graduate and Undergraduate students are welcome to apply.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Attention students who want to Study Abroad: COALS scholarship Application Deadline Friday March 1st!
International Agriculture Academic Scholarship Application:
Thinking about studying abroad this summer? Time is running out, so apply now! Deadline is March 1st:
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
10am-2pm: it's a full house! Employers recruiting for internships & jobs so don't miss out:
Monday, February 25, 2013
Event set-up Tuesday, 2/26 and tear-down Wednesday 2/27 from 2:00-3:00pm. Sign-up in HFSB 204 and help make Career Fair 2013 a big success!
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Environmental Careers Panel / Thursday, Feb. 28th / 5:00-6:40pm / 601 Rudder
Six professionals who work in a variety of environmental careers will talk about their current positions and their career paths and the entry-level environmental internships and full-time positions within their company/agency. They will also share advice with students who want to work in the environmental field. Panelists include:
AECOM (Engineering & Environmental Services), Jeremy Hanzlik, PE, Project Manager
Atkins (consulting firm), Thomas Dixon, Senior Ecologist
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Environmental Crimes Unit, Jonathan Gray, Captain
Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), Vanessa Escoba, Water Conservation Planner
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Denise Ruffino, Deputy Project Leader
ExxonMobil Development Company, Bryan Trimm, Ph.D., Regulatory Advisor
Career Center, Texas A&M University, 209 Koldus, (979) 845-5139, HireAggies.com