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Welcome to the Buff Brief Newsletter of the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences

Dr. Laura Greenhaw
Agricultural Education Led to Teaching
Dr. Laura Greenhaw's agricultural education led to a series of increased job opportunities. Currently, Dr. Greenhaw is making an impact as Assistant Professor for Agricultural Leadership at the University of Florida. She says her favorite part of teaching is connecting with her students, "I love to see those “ah ha” moments in the classroom when something clicks. I love to see them get super excited when they get passionate about their learning and success and the impact they can have."
Dr. Laura Greenhaw
Preparing for a Safe and Supportive Fall

WTAMU is excited to welcome back students for face-to-face classes for fall 2020, and we are working hard to preparing a safe, supportive campus environment.

For more information and to review the Q & A information, visit: https://www.wtamu.edu/about/information/covid-19.

Stay connected to the College and read more in this week's Buff Brief Newsletter.

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Welcome to WTAMU!
Welcome videos from the Department Heads of the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, Dr. Lance Kieth, Dr. David Sissom, and Dr. David Khan.
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2019/2020 Student Body President, Colton Bourquin
Student Internships
Colton Bourquin, a May 2020 graduate with a B.S. Agricultural Business and Economics, tells about his internship in the Nation's Capital with U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman K. Michael Conaway.
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Rich History of Equine Performance Excellence
Then and Now
1954 WTSTC T-Anchor Rodeo Club
Dr. Holland Explores Alaska for Research

This summer, Dr. Mark Holland, Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences, is conducting research in easternmost Alaska in collaboration with the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys (ADGGS). It is part of a broader effort to expand rare earth element mineral exploration and development nationally.

 

Click Here to watch the video:

 

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Lucas Castro
Student Internship with Texas Parks and Wildlife

Lucas Castro, M.S. Biology, discusses his internship experience with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

"This internship will allow me to learn many different wildlife techniques that are used by professional wildlife biologists in my field." Lucas

 

 

 

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