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CAFS News Bites 2015 December.

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Date Issued:
December 2015
Scope and content:
In this issue: • Largest Land Transfer to 1890 HBCU in History Enhances FAMU Research Capacity by 3,800 Acres o Brooksville Historic Land Transfer Enhances FAMU Research Capacity • CAFS Celebrates 125th Anniversary of Smith-Morrill Act • FAMU Poised as Global Leader in Agricultural Research, Innovation • What Do You Do Over Summer Break? Our Students Intern! • BASE Students Rally at UF with South-Coast ASABE Region • CAFS Welcomes Students Back-Fall Convocation, Pizza Mixer • CAFS Alumni Spotlight-From Agribusiness Student to Attorney • CAFS Agribusiness Graduate Employment Rate at 85 Percent • Students Find Their Flow in Water, Air Quality Research! • FAMU Brings Business Development Education to Rural Communities (Faculty/Staff Spotlight - Donna Salters) • Rural Business Education Training Helps Youth, Young Adults, Elderly • Center for Water, Air Quality Hosts First Annual Project Director Conference • CAFS Welcomes New Faculty – Strengthens Teaching, Research Areas • Research Leads to Patent on Invention to Protect Grapes • International Agriculture Improves Economic Growth in Haiti • Haiti Program Improves Rural Access to Healthy Food Production • Local Growers Thrive in FAMU Statewide Small Farm Program • One-On-One Training Provides Local, Organic Grower’s Market Success • BASE Professor Receives National Minority Access Award (Charles Magee, Ph.D.) • FAMU & FSU Partnership Results in $2.1 Million Grant to Study Corn • CAFS Honors Recent Retirees’ Excellence in Service o Marcelete Gail Browning o Betty Hudson o Ray Mobley, Ph.D o Bobby Phills, Ph.D. o Gilda Phills
Title: CAFS News Bites 2015 December.
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Name(s): Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, College of Agricuture and Food Science, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Type of Resource: mixed material
Genre: Magazine
Issuance: serial
Date Created: December 2015
Date Issued: December 2015
Publisher: Florida A&M University College of Agriculture and Food Sciences
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, FL
Language(s): English
Scope and content: In this issue: • Largest Land Transfer to 1890 HBCU in History Enhances FAMU Research Capacity by 3,800 Acres o Brooksville Historic Land Transfer Enhances FAMU Research Capacity • CAFS Celebrates 125th Anniversary of Smith-Morrill Act • FAMU Poised as Global Leader in Agricultural Research, Innovation • What Do You Do Over Summer Break? Our Students Intern! • BASE Students Rally at UF with South-Coast ASABE Region • CAFS Welcomes Students Back-Fall Convocation, Pizza Mixer • CAFS Alumni Spotlight-From Agribusiness Student to Attorney • CAFS Agribusiness Graduate Employment Rate at 85 Percent • Students Find Their Flow in Water, Air Quality Research! • FAMU Brings Business Development Education to Rural Communities (Faculty/Staff Spotlight - Donna Salters) • Rural Business Education Training Helps Youth, Young Adults, Elderly • Center for Water, Air Quality Hosts First Annual Project Director Conference • CAFS Welcomes New Faculty – Strengthens Teaching, Research Areas • Research Leads to Patent on Invention to Protect Grapes • International Agriculture Improves Economic Growth in Haiti • Haiti Program Improves Rural Access to Healthy Food Production • Local Growers Thrive in FAMU Statewide Small Farm Program • One-On-One Training Provides Local, Organic Grower’s Market Success • BASE Professor Receives National Minority Access Award (Charles Magee, Ph.D.) • FAMU & FSU Partnership Results in $2.1 Million Grant to Study Corn • CAFS Honors Recent Retirees’ Excellence in Service o Marcelete Gail Browning o Betty Hudson o Ray Mobley, Ph.D o Bobby Phills, Ph.D. o Gilda Phills
Identifier: FAMU_20579 (IID)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/famu/fd/20579
Owner Institution: FAMU