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Agronomy wins multiple College of Agriculture and Life Sciences awards

January 29, 2018

The Iowa State College of Agricultural and Life Sciences awards are selected each semester to highlight the excellent contributions of faculty and staff. The Department of Agronomy won several awards for the Spring 2018 semester. All awards will be given at the awards ceremony held March 8 at 4:10 pm in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union. Congratulations to the following Agronomy faculty and staff on a job well done:

 

Ken Pecinovsky, superintendent of the Nashua research farm - P&S Award of Excellence

Richard M Cruse
Professor

New course Agronomy 279 gives students hands on experience

September 22, 2017

A new class is requiring agronomy students to give up part of their summer. While it might sound like a bummer, they are looking forward to it. Dubbed Agronomy 279, the new class is one sophomores majoring in Agronomy will have to take to graduate. The class will meet for the first time during the fall 2017 semester. The catch? Their first class will be Aug. 7, according to the agronomy department.

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