For the Hunger of Knowledge

Many of this year’s ag ambassador blogs have been very helpful to incoming and current students. Ambassadors have discussed topics such as self-love and finding ways to make yourself happy, along with advice on becoming a better student, by building relationships with your professors and branching out to take advantage of various opportunities. As a … Read more

The World Needs More AGvocates!

Growing up and living in rural Wyoming, I experience the amazing diversity of the production agriculture that surrounds me. We start the year waiting for the first calf or lamb to be born. We ready the field equipment. Spring brings planting and seeding of corn, dry beans, sunflowers, sugar beets, and barley. We brand. Our … Read more

Branch Out

As a stereotypical pre-veterinary student, I have always had a bit of a one-track mind. Since I decided at the ripe old age of six that I wanted to be a veterinarian, I have been working single-mindedly towards that goal. From jobs to clubs to my personal life, everything has been about veterinary medicine. While … Read more

Is Agriculture also STEM?

Recently I was having a conversation with a roommate and someone new whom I had just met that day. Naturally, we started asking the typical get to know you questions. As we were discussing names and hometowns, we go to the infamous question of “what is your major.” This new girl was explaining how she … Read more