Texas Tech's Natural Resources Management Department groundbreaking 2+2 program is adding up to success. Technically knows as a Bachelor of Science in Conservation Law Enforcement, it's the first of its kind in the region.
A select group of Texas Tech agricultural communications students participated in a week-long trip to Washington, D.C., last month. Led by AEC Assistant Professor Courtney Meyers, the program focused on the nation's history, agricultural policy, and meetings with a dozen agricultural organizations. Attendees included Alexa Borowski, Jacy Bradford, Danielle Dobson, MacKenzie Fletcher, Kimber Hardie, Taylor Hicklen, Kelsey Jones, Kymbre Kupatt, William Nelson, Danielle White and Sadie Shaw.