Agronomy Ambassador Blog

I’m Already a Senior??

By Lindsay M Comer | Mar 3, 2020

You know that saying your parents told you, that you probably never put much thought in to? The saying, “Time flies when you’re having fun?” It’s sure ringing true in my last semester of senior year. It feels like just last week I was starting college and getting in to the groove of having my […]

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Thoughts From a Senior In Agronomy

By Ian Connor Rudolph | Mar 3, 2020

It’s my last semester here at Purdue and lately i have been looking back on my college career. These last four years have been great. I have made many good friends and gotten to know a lot of great people. I have learned more than i ever thought i would and even managed to remember […]

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Purdue Crops Team

By Grace Beard | Mar 1, 2020

Purdue University offers so many amazing clubs, but one of my favorite ones I have had the chance to be a part of is the Purdue Collegiate Crops Judging Team. I had done crops judging throughout high school, but it was nothing compared to the level of collegiate judging. The team at Purdue is offered […]

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Make Your Weakness a Strength

By Kayleigh Noel Krieger | Feb 19, 2020

When interviewing, one common question is, “What are some of your weaknesses?” If you have learned from any professional, you know that you should turn that weakness into a strength. In my situation, I have always struggled with sales and a little bit of phone anxiety. On a side note, I am also a second […]

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If You Love It, Stick With It

By Olivia G Stratton | Feb 19, 2020

My name is Olivia Stratton and I’m a junior in Agronomy with a concentration in Agronomic Business and Marketing. After 3 years at Purdue, this is the absolute best piece of advice I can give: if you love it, stick with it. College is already hard enough when it comes to moving to a totally […]

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What even is Agronomy?

By Jessica Peterson | Feb 17, 2020

If you are an Agronomy student, you will hear this question more than you thought was possible. I honestly think if I got a dollar every time I was asked, “What is Agronomy?” I would be able to pay my tuition. But how do you explain what the major Agronomy is? Even some people with […]

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Spring Semester at a Glance

By Audrey Kruse | Feb 12, 2020

The spring semester of the academic year is, for most, very anticipated. The spring is known for having a lot going on that you can participate, making the time go by fast. With no free weekends, there is enough to keep you busy if you choose, and soon enough it’s time for finals and the […]

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Agronomy Resources for Everyone!

By Emily Nealy | Jan 30, 2020

Here in the Agronomy Department, there are so many different resources we have to offer! There are great places to study with friends, tons of books and resources to look up information in, and plenty of professors and faculty to network with.  If you are like me, you might enjoy working on assignments and studying […]

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Change

By Caylie Joan Leclercq | Jan 30, 2020

Change has always been hard for me. The day my parents dropped me off freshman year was a pretty rough day. I was all alone for the first time, in a new place with no one there to talk to. The first day I just kind of stayed in my room and didn’t do much. But the second day I forced myself to go […]

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