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In Profile: Chess champ Andrenko finds a home in CASNR research program

In Profile: Chess champ Andrenko finds a home in CASNR research program

Like many other graduate students in Texas Tech University’s Department of Plant and Soil Science, Iryna Andrenko has a full plate of duties from a tech-heavy class schedule to cutting edge horticulture research projects.  more »

 

In Profile: Lubbock’s Randal Howard takes reins as Ag Council President

In Profile: Lubbock’s Randal Howard takes reins as Ag Council President

A life-long Red Raider, the decision to attend Texas Tech University was second nature to Lubbock native and junior, Randal Howard. A member of Alpha Gamma Rho and the Pre-Vet Society, Howard was first introduced to the Ag Council his freshman year. Furthering his involvement, Howard then served as a council representative his sophomore year.  more »

 

In Profile: Hay heading to Switzerland for world championship in duathlon

In Profile: Hay heading to Switzerland for world championship in duathlon

When Jenna Hay’s legs feel like rubber because she’s been running for so long, she’s found the sweet spot. And she keeps running.  more »

 

In Profile: Laredo’s Chamonix Mejia takes active role in CASNR organizations

In Profile: Laredo’s Chamonix Mejia takes active role in CASNR organizations

Texas Tech has been described as a second home to many, that is no exception for one agricultural communications major. Chamonix Mejia, a junior from Laredo, said although she knows Tech and the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) was the right decision for her, she did not always envision herself in Lubbock.  more »

 

In Profile: AEC’s Courtney Meyers talks career, experience as a working parent

In Profile: AEC’s Courtney Meyers talks career, experience as a working parent

Working Parents Day, observed this year in September, is dedicated to parents who work hard both at home and on the job to provide for their families. Courtney Meyers, an associate professor of agricultural education and communications at Texas Tech University, is all too familiar with the trials and tribulations that come with being a working parent.  more »

 

In Profile: Dobelbower takes Ag Council lead with enthusiasm for the future

In Profile: Dobelbower takes Ag Council lead with enthusiasm for the future

A passion for both the agriculture industry and helping others runs deep for Midlothian native Sinclaire Dobelbower. The junior agricultural communications major has been heavily involved in agriculture from high school FFA to student organizations within Texas Tech’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, so it’s no surprise she is the 2015-2016 Ag Council President.  more »

 

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