John Galbraith, associate professor of crop and soil environmental sciences, received the faculty Diversity Enhancement Award and Brielle Wright of Clarkton, N.C., a master’s degree student studying agricultural and extension education received the Dr. Randolph Grayson Student Diversity Enhancement Award.
Mary Marchant, professor of agricultural and applied economics recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, the organization’s highest honor, for her commitment to scholarship in teaching and applied research.
A Virginia Tech team of researchers has proven that homemade, inexpensive stink bug traps crafted from simple household items outshine pricier models designed to kill the invasive, annoying bugs. This discovery comes just as warm weather is coaxing the critters out of crevices of the homes they were hiding in during the cold winter and homeowners will be looking for a way to get rid of the pest.
The Online Master program is geared toward adult learners who desire to develop new knowledge and skills
Chris Youngs spent 40 volunteer hours restoring a dusty cider press.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is nationally ranked among the top research institutions of its kind.
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