CASNR's Agri-Techsans unveil new agriculture centric black t-shirt
By: Norman Martin
Members of Texas Tech's Agri-Techsan organization are set to dress you for success, or at minimum make it clear that you're easily identifiable with Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The newly-designed $15 t-shirts (cash or check only) are sold as a fundraiser for the student group, and may be purchased at the Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center in the Goddard Building. The black t-shirt features a map of Texas with university and agricultural highlight icons.
Cindy Akers, CASNR's Associate Dean for Academic and Student Programs said the student organizations does yeoman's work in promoting the college. The Agri-Techsans are the official student recruiters for CASNR. The undergraduates can come from every department, and bring with them different backgrounds from rural areas to large metropolitan areas. They give tours of the college's facilities, including the horticultural gardens and the meat laboratory on campus, as well as the research farm at New Deal, and the Texas Tech Equestrian Center in southwest Lubbock.
CONTACT: Cindy Akers, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Programs, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or email@example.com
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