CASNR in Photos
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2007 Holiday Open House.. On Dec. 18, CASNR’s faculty and staff, along with our friends across campus, gathered at the Goddard Building for the Annual Dean’s Office Christmas Open House. As always, we wish you every joy of the Christmas season and may the new year bring you happiness. Learn More >>
80th Annual Pig Roast.. CASNR honored the college’s scholarship donors and recipients, as well as intercollegiate judging teams Nov. 8 at the 80th annual Pig Roast at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. Kenneth Bell, Mark Williams and William Bennett received honors as Gerald W. Thomas Outstanding Agriculturalists. Photos by Joey Hernandez. Learn More >>
2007 Cotton Harvest.. CASNR cotton researcher Craig Bednarz and his research team harvested experimental plots Oct. 24 at CASNR’s Quaker Avenue Farm. The scientists are studying the relationships among stand establishment, seed quality and lint yield. Learn More >>
2007 Homecoming Breakfast.. Three new national championship banners were hung at this year’s CASNR Homecoming Breakfast on Oct. 6 at Animal and Food Sciences’ Livestock Arena. Donations from the annual event benefited the Student Ag Council Scholarship and General CASNR Scholarship Funds. Learn More >>
Ag Fest 2007. CASNR’s annual gathering of students, professors and organizations was held Aug. 30 at Animal and Food Sciences Building. Photography by Rachel Bobbitt. Learn More >>
Dean Cepica Retires. Marvin Cepica retired in August after three decades with Texas Tech in a variety of academic and administrative posts, most recently as dean of College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. A retirement reception featuring university officials and faculty, along with family members and guests from across the state was held Aug. 30 at the Merket Alumni Center. Learn More >>
CASNR Faculty Retreat 2007. Held at the United Spirit Arena on Aug. 22, the event focused on international service and research programs. Among the day’s speakers were President Jon Whitmore, Thomas Crawford, Edwin Price and Ambassador Tibor Nagy. Later that evening, a dinner featuring guests in international dress was held at the Lubbock Women’s Club. Learn More >>.