Tag Archives: Development

Sheppard ’47 Funds Endowment to Support KAMU-TV

By Caitlin Powers Frank Sheppard, Ph.D., ‘47 has gifted the department with an endowment to support AGCJ 409, television production for agricultural journalists, a course that teaches students to utilize and broadcast on the Brazos Valley public broadcasting station, KAMU-TV. Sheppard paid a special visit to the spring 2014 class March 31. “I love the fact that we produce a real television show,” Jennifer Enocksen, junior agricultural communications and journalism major said. “It makes the broadcasting industry less intimidating as a career option because you’ve already been there… Read More →

Students with Livestock Background Receive Prestigious Scholarship

By: Mollie Lastovica Distinguished as the best in North America by the top livestock show supply company, two students in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications were recognized as recipients of the 2013 Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Scholarship. With over 1,121 applicants from 45 states and Canada, Stephanie Lastovica, sophomore agricultural leadership and development major and Bethany Nolan, junior agricultural communications and journalism major, were among the 20 recipients of the $1,000 Sullivan Supply scholarships. Both girls grew up exhibiting livestock on a state and national… Read More →

ALEC students help endow scholarship

  Click here to learn about the students serving on the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Student Council, including AGCJ student Mollie Lastovica and ALED student Alyssa Spruill, helped to create an endowed scholarship: http://giving.tamu.edu/student/archives/COALSstudentcouncilscholarship.aspx