The spider hanging upside down from the corner of your room and the silverfish that crawled out of your drain this morning might make you want to...
In labs, in fields, in greenhouses and in offices, Purdue Agriculture students keep growing. See how students from different majors are cultivating their futures through diverse internships around the country.
Our Internship Stories
Cultivating the Future: Emily Carlisle
With a toddler’s intelligence, lifespans of 80–90 years and colors ranging from blue to green to red, macaws are truly impressive animals, as Emily Carlisle has discovered working with them this summer.
Cultivating the Future: Payten Brower, Kayla Grennes, & Ian Kelly
The variety of internship positions Ball Horticultural Company offers has allowed the agribusiness, plant genetics and horticulture majors to explore and grow in the areas they are interested in, while also letting them have a real impact through their research.