More than a dozen high school teachers and pre-service teachers in training to become agricultural educators from across the U.S came to the Rutgers Cook Campus to attend the CASE Institute focused on the course, “Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources.” Held July 10–20, this institute was hosted by Rutgers School of Environmental and […]
Xenia Morin Selected as “Dr. Barbara Munson Goff Teacher of the Year” by Alpha Zeta
Xenia Morin, associate teaching professor in the Department of Plant Biology and undergraduate program director of Agriculture and Food Systems, was named the 2022 Teacher of the Year by the Rutgers Chapter of the Fraternity of Alpha Zeta, the national honor and service fraternity for agriculture and environmental studies. Her teaching style embraces active learning […]
Senior Story: Jennifer Obrizan (SEBS’22), Reaping the Harvest of Hard Work!
Jennifer Obrizan transferred to the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) as a junior in fall 2020 after graduating from Middlesex County College with her associates degree in biology. She chose to attend Rutgers University specifically for its 4+1 Agricultural Science Education program—a joint program with SEBS and the Graduate School of Education (GSE). […]
Rutgers Executive Dean Receives National Honor for Advancing Agricultural Education
Laura Lawson, interim executive dean at Rutgers’ School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, recently received an Honorary American FFA Degree from the National FFA (Future Farmers of America.) Lawson, along with her fellow honorary degree recipients, were recognized as “individuals who have provided exceptional service on a national level to agriculture, agricultural education, or FFA.” […]