Rice Klauke, agribusiness management major, is one of two Outstanding Seniors selected by the Division of Resource Economics and Management in the School of Natural Resources.
Equipped with a strong agricultural background, this Cincinnati native worked as an intern for Blue Bison Farms in Centerville, Indiana, during her undergraduate career. She also worked as an intern in the financial planning and insurance sector in Cincinnati and, in 2017, had the opportunity to represent West Virginia University at the national Farm Foundation conference in Irvine, California.
The West Virginia University School of Design and Community Development will host its annual Day of Design on April 25, giving students an opportunity to showcase their work and learn from prominent design practitioners who will provide critique and serve as guest lecturers.
Hosted by the WVU
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Design, the event allows
kids and adults in the region to not only see animals, but also learn more about
farming and where the food on their table comes from.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture director to offer 2018 Davis-Michael Distinguished Lecture
A leader in improving global food security and advancing agricultural research is this year’s Davis-Michael Distinguished Lecturer at the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design.
WVU professor of resource economics and management named Southern Regional Science Association Fellow
SRSA is an association for the advancement of regional analysis and related spatial and areal studies with the primary goals of fostering the exchange of ideas and promoting studies that focus on regional topics and issues. The SRSA Fellows program recognizes individuals with particularly outstanding records of scholarship and/or service to the Association in the advancement of regional analysis and related fields of study. The Executive Council of the Association elects individuals for this honorary position.
West Virginia University
students in the
energy land management program
will be given an additional opportunity to thrive, thanks to the establishment of a scholarship fund that will honor the memory of
and long-time oil and gas attorney Mary Sue Schulberg.
New software donated to the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design – and created by one of its own alumni – will help forestry students cruise into their careers using the most up-to-date technology.