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In Profile: NRM’s Angie Reid takes the heat of an adventurous science career

In Profile: NRM’s Angie Reid takes the heat of an adventurous science career

Angie Reid expanded her world of science, making the most of her Texas Tech experience before graduating in 2007 by double majoring in range management and wildlife and fisheries management. She also minored in natural history and humanities, biology and animal science.  more »

 

In Profile: Eatherly brings an affinity for park administration to Arizona

In Profile: Eatherly brings an affinity for park administration to Arizona

Back in the 1960s, Texas Tech was known for its ‘Park Administration, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Department.’ And while a park administration degree is no longer available at Tech, its legacy can still be seen in the program’s outstanding graduates.  more »

 

In Profile: Grayson Davies shines as Tech’s first viticulture, enology graduate

In Profile: Grayson Davies shines as Tech’s first viticulture, enology graduate

A wine produced by Texas Tech’s first viticulture and enology graduate has been awarded a platinum designation for its bold taste at the San Diego International Wine Competition, a nationally-recognized blind-taste test conducted by professional sommeliers. Grayson Davies graduated from the university’s program in 2011 and has since helped his family’s vineyard in Saint Jo (53 miles northwest of Denton) grow into a full winery, known as Arche.  more »

 

In Profile: Texas Tech honors AFS’s Max Miller for 50 years of solid service

In Profile: Texas Tech honors AFS’s Max Miller for 50 years of solid service

When Max Miller came from Brownfield to Texas Tech in 1955 to begin his undergraduate studies, the only traffic light between there and Lubbock was at 19th and University. These days there’s a lot more stop lights, but nothing in the interim has slowed Miller’s affection for his university. Indeed, the school has become the focal point of his career.  more »

 

In Profile: Plant and Soil Science standout Katie Setterbo is ready for the real-world

In Profile: Plant and Soil Science standout Katie Setterbo is ready for the real-world

Last fall Katie Setterbo, a senior horticulture and turfgrass science major, spent her days working as a congressional intern with the U.S. House Agriculture Committee. The Fredericksburg native was one of three specially selected students to get some first-hand experience into the government’s day-to-day operations. Here, in her own words, are some of the highlights of her experience:  more »

 

In Profile: AFS’s Ashley Lembke brings home AQHA World Championship Title

In Profile: AFS’s Ashley Lembke brings home AQHA World Championship Title

Day-to-day Ashley Lembke has her hands in a number of engaging endeavors from being a full-time employee to graduate student studies. But it’s the Texas Tech animal science doctoral candidate’s most recent effort that’s landed her in the limelight as one of the newest American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) World Champions.  more »

 

In Profile: AFS’s Loni Woolley remains dedicated to agriculture, meat science

In Profile: AFS’s Loni Woolley remains dedicated to agriculture, meat science

Passion, meat science and agriculture go hand-in-hand for Texas Tech University meat science graduate student Loni Woolley. Born and bred into agriculture, she has always been a part of the industry.  more »