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When it comes to protecting the environment and finding solution for our future, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students are on the front lines.

http://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/news/2012/04/24/campus-voices-sarah-coffey-agronomy/
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SAN ANTONIO – The third Alamo Area Horticulture Show and Contest is scheduled from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. May 26 during Festival of Flowers activities in San Antonio, said David Rodriguez, Texas AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist and a show coordinator.
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Students hovered over buckets of colorful flowers and greenery in a classroom at Texas A&M University intent on making bouquets for their teacher, Bill McKinley.
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The experience encouraged her to study agriculture at Texas A&M University in College Station so she could one day return to South Texas and help others get started too, she said.

http://agrilife.org/today/2012/02/28/joyce-ramirez-diversity-program/
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VERNON – What happens when traditional cotton country is converted to grow bioenergy crops? That’s what a team of Texas AgriLife Research scientists will determine in a new U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture-funded project.

http://today.agrilife.org/2012/05/30/moving-cotton-land-to-bioenergy-crops-may-be-green-in-more-ways-than-one/
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Randa Yezak Owner of Southern Jewlz College Station, Texas As a 2009 graduate of animal science with a minor in business, Randa is one of our many former students who has gone on to big things in the business world.
http://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/news/2012/05/21/ask-an-alum-randa-yezak/
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Livestock, an unusual site on campus, and peers ready to give them an agricultural education welcomed Texas A&M students this morning. Led by Farmers Fight, a student-led movement dedicated to promoting modern agriculture, the event included more than 200 agriculture students stationed at displays across campus. Even the Texas Aggie yell leaders came to pump up the crowd with the appropriate yell, “Farmers Fight!”

http://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/news/2012/04/11/student-led-farmers-fight-spreads-agvocacy/
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As a 2002 graduate of Agricultural Economics, Tres is one of our many former students who has earned a successful career in agriculture. Tres is now the director for agriculture and food in the corporate affairs and government relations division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. In this role, he represents Walmart on a variety of issues including food safety, nutrition policy, international trade and global development.

http://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/news/2012/04/05/ask-an-alum-tres-bailey/
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Today at 10 a.m.
As we celebrate the 150thAnniversary of the Morrill Act, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will host the Legacy Lecture Series featuring speakers from around the world and topics that exemplify our land-grant legacy. One of our first speakers this spring will be the author of Kyle Tough and grandniece of Dean Edwin Kyle, Barbara Donalson Althaus.
http://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/news/2012/02/16/kyle-tough-lecture/
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Join the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences as we welcome Dr. Catherine Woteki, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Chief Scientist and Under Secretary of Research, Education and Economics (REE), for an enlightening lecture.

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Growing Smarter Solutions through Science and Study
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The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is the largest of its kind in the U.S. with 400 faculty members, including winners of prestigious awards like the Nobel, Wolf and World Food Prizes.

It provides students with hands-on involvement in developing solutions to today’s issues like bioenergy, environmental sustainability, international food security, and youth development.