Tag Archives: Agricultural Communications & Journalism

Student Leaders Unite at MSC Fall Leadership Conference

By: Mollie Lastovica The Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications had strong representation at the 60th Annual MSC Fall Leadership Conference, held August 21-23 at Camp Allen in Navasota. Agricultural communications and journalism senior Travis Burks served on the executive team for FLC as the Director of Delegates and Associate Professor Barry Boyd, Ph.D., attended as a Focus Group Leader for the conference goers. Agricultural communications and journalism students Kalee Bumguardener and Mollie Lastovica and ALEC graduate student Kevin Andrews attended the conference as student leaders representing… Read More →

AGCJ in Practice: Jordan Williford

By: Angela Cox Students in the ALEC department are able to put the skills they learn in class to work every day.  One example is a recent graduate of the agricultural communications and journalism program, Jordan Williford ’12. Williford put theory into practice during her last semester at Texas A&M University by serving as managing editor for the campus newspaper, The Battalion. “I am a journalism major and I really wanted some outside experience on what I was learning in class. I talked to Mr. Nelson [an AGCJ… Read More →

AGCJ Student Mikey Gattus and band on National TV

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Agricultural Communications and Journalism Program

The Agricultural Communications and Journalism at Texas A&M University has been ranked the most popular program of its type by Campus Explorer.  Campus Explorer is an online database of more than 8,000 colleges and universities, providing resources and tools to select an institute of higher education. Rankings are determined by a number of factors, including enrollment data, graduation rates and popularity of the school and program on the Campus Explorer website. The agricultural communications and journalism program at Texas A&M began in 1978.  Students in AGCJ take a… Read More →