The second International Conference on Global Food Security held Oct. 11-14 at Cornell confronts elements of human welfare and environmental concerns connected with feeding billions more people. Read more
This fall Rosy Cohane-Mann '12 joined the Taft School's Penn Residency Master’s in Teaching program. This two-year intensive teacher training and degree program is the next step for Rosy where she is using her Ag Sciences degree to teach chemistry. “It is a fundamental science related to everything,” Cohane-Mann notes, “So deeply connected to the agri- and environmental science I taught in the past.” Congrats, Rosy! Read more
Richard "Dick" C. Call '52 died August 2. He will be remembered for his many contributions, including in 2010, when he and wife Marie "Bee" Call endowed the Richard C. Call Directorship for the major with a $1 million gift to CALS. Our condolences go out to family and friends. Read more
Rising senior Sarah McIlvennie was recently featured as a student spotlight in CALS Notes covering her adventures abroad. Read more
Anna Rassman earns CALS Academic Excellence Award
May 18, 2014
Last month senior and crop production and management student Anna Rassman received the College of Agriculture and Life Science's annual academic excellence award for the top grade point average. Congratulations!