War Eagle Words Student News

November 2014

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Stephanie Campbell

On any given day, Stephanie Campbell can be found playing middle blocker for the Auburn University volleyball team, researching clock genes for wooly pigs or studying for one of her dual majors – animal sciences/pre-vet and microbial, molecular and cellular biology.

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YOU NEED TO KNOW: Dr. David Weaver

David Weaver posing with a group of students in China

Here’s a look at why Dr. David Weaver, a Ralph “Shug” Jordan Professor in crop, soil and environmental sciences, loves Auburn and the College of Agriculture and believes there’s a place for everyone, including you, in our college.

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SEE FOR YOURSELF: DIG Leadership Conference

Students at the DIG Leadership Conference

Dig into these photos, and check out the fun 150 high school students had at the inaugural DIG (Dedication, Innovation and Growth) Leadership Conference Oct. 22 in Auburn!

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#ThisIsOurWork

Congratulations to our first round of accepted students for the class of 2015! You are the next generation of agricultural innovators and leaders, and we look forward to seeing you on Ag Hill next fall. With your help, the College of Agriculture will continue to do the work that makes the world work.

Reminder: Ag Elite Scholarship Program

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3

This program and luncheon reception celebrates the academic achievements of talented minority high school students with an interest in science, including agricultural and environmental science. Ag Elite includes a departmental browse, alumni and student speakers, lunch with faculty representatives and scholarship information.One outstanding recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship award. Submit your online application here, or click here for more information. The last day to register is November 21.

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