Not always serious, Dr. Brown enjoys reading past issues of the Agriculturist in his free time.
“It takes people with perseverance like that to keep things moving forward,” Barnard said.
Walking through the doors of the freshly cleaned animal shelter, Allison Andrukonis’ ears filled with barking dogs. Passing dogs row by row, she selected the one lucky dog of the day. Today, a trip to the ice cream shop was on the menu for this special pup.
The program helps to work across the country to collect denim and recycle it into UltraTouch denim insulation.
Witte is currently furthering her education in cellular biosynthesis by interning with Venugopal Mendu, Ph.D. at Texas Tech. At her internship, Witte extracts DNA and conducts polymerase chain reaction analysis to compare the make-up of plants. After graduation, Witte plans to apply for a master’s degree in biotechnology for crop improvement at Texas Tech University.
“A challenge is how to keep yourself relevant, but not to the point where you’re only focused on the bottom line,” Jones said, “but you’re also focused on the community and your positive impact on the community.”
Chris Williams cannot help but have bittersweet emotions as he looks across his, now empty, research farm he […]
“We’re not only a good mother-daughter team, but good partners.”
C oming from one of the most vibrant and cultural cities in Texas, San Antonio. Ariana Rivera is […]
Based out of Era, Texas, Scott and Stacey Schumacher, along with son, Stran, and daughter, Selah, stay busy with many endeavors in and out of the agriculture industry, including raising Longhorns.
Most students, might not understand the importance of being involved in their campus community, but one animal science student is proving the value of campus involvement and finding your place.
Dale Woerner is known for his excellence in meat science, but more importantly, known by the passion he has for his students.
Middleton grew up with a love for Texas Tech University, with family as both alumni and staff. He is a junior plant and soil science major at Texas Tech.
Leadership is defined as one who inspires and motivates action; having a can-do personality and strong leadership skills; one who encourages change. Some synonyms include guidance, direction, authority and management. Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources has as leadership program, the Matador Institute of Leadership Engagement, prepares students for the future.
Jorge Romero-Habeych is a third year doctoral student from Florida. His researches focuses how farmers on the Southern High Plains reduce uncertainty.
“I think Jerrad is probably the best thing that’s ever happened to the Texas Tech Rodeo program,” Lindsey said. “It takes a special individual to be a great coach, and I think we’ve found ours.”
When you imagine the typical professor, you might be visualizing some strict, straightforward individual. One professor at Texas Tech University is anything but the status quo.
Landscape is, in essence, humanity taking upon themselves the responsibility to accelerate biophysical prophecies,” Sowell said. “It also means that there is a need to care for that landscape and manage it in order to achieve the goals and objectives that the cultural and social outline.”
The Chamber’s agriculture committee has been one of the longest contributors to the success of Lubbock’s agriculture industry. The actions of the original agriculture committee have shaped the way agriculture is advocated in Lubbock today.
Most farmers try to find ways to ensure quality crops while saving money. Three Texas Panhandle farmers are getting a little help with this thanks to research.
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The phone rang on her desk. Her cell phone buzzed to life every couple of minutes. Even at eight in the morning, when business hours opened, Kathy Brorman of Ag Specialist Insurance Agency was bombarded with questions.