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CARS Ambassadors

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Are you curious about a degree in agriculture, food and nutrition, natural resources or textiles and apparel studies? Contact the CARS Ambassadors to learn more:

302.857.6410
ameredith@desu.edu

 

 

 

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CARS Ambassadors The College of Agriculture and Related Sciences (CARS) Ambassadors Program is a student-mentoring initiative and public relations effort for the college. The main goal of the CARS Ambassadors Program is to promote the quality and quantity of applicants seeking admission to the college while supplying ambassadors with the tools necessary for professional development. Students majoring in agriculture, natural resources, textile and apparel studies, and food and nutrition are eligible to participate in the CARS Ambassadors Program.  Goals for the Ambassadors Program Encouraging high school juniors and seniors to pursue higher education Creating opportunities for high school students learn about agricultural and allied professions as viable career options Introducing potential students to the array of degree opportunities and resources offered through CARS and Delaware State University Schedule the CARS Ambassadors to assist at your upcoming event. Ambassadors can be requested by middle and high schools for presentations and by CARS faculty to assist with college and departmental events and programs. For more information, contact Mr. Alex D. Meredith at 302.857.6410, or ameredith@desu.edu  Meet The Ambassadors  Taylor Pleasanton, President 2015 - 2016 Classification: Senior Major: Criminal Justice     Minor: Biology Hometown: Hartly, DE Campus Activities: Criminal Justice Club, National FFA Organization "Why are you a Hornet?" The campus is big enough to get the college experience but the class sizes are small and students are able to have personal attention from teachers if they need extra help or guidance. Career Goals: Undecided; possibly a middle school science teacher or crime scene investigator Advice for Students: “Stay on track and come up with your own personal study habits that help you succeed. Do not get side tract by all of the other things going on but be involved in your school and the community.” "Ask Me About…" My trip to Louisville Kentucky for the National FFA Convention   Contact me at: tpleasanton13@students.desu.edu  Ashley Tabibian, Recording Secretary 2015 - 2016 Classification: Junior Major: Plant Science with Agronomy Hometown: Wilmington, DE Campus Activities: FFA "Why are you a Hornet?" We have a beautiful campus, a great Agriculture department with a dedicated and caring staff and lots of opportunities. Career Goals: Research Farming Advice for Students: Know your own limits and push them.  "Ask Me About…" My first trip to FFA Nationals Contact me at: altabibian12@students.desu.edu    Benjamain Bougouneau Classification: Sophomore   Major: Food and Nutrition Hometown: Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands   Campus Activities: FFA (Future Farmer of America), MANRRS   "Why are you a Hornet?" I love this campus, and DSU offers many opportunities for me to excel in my field.   Career Goals: My goal is to go back to the Virgin Islands and become the Commissioner of Agriculture.   Advice for Students: Develop time management skills and always apply yourself to whatever you are doing.   "Ask Me About…" My experience conducting undergraduate research as an intern within the Department of Agriculture & Natural Resources.   Contact me at: bmbougouneau14@students.desu.edu   ​Daisha Capers Classification: Sophomore Major: Agriscience Education Hometown: Dover, Delaware Campus Activities: MANRRS "Why are you a Hornet?" They have the best agriculture program and the campus is diverse Career Goals: To educate communities on the importance of sustainable agriculture. Advice for Students: Don’t be so hard on yourself, we’re all growing and still learning every chance we get. "Ask Me About…" My internship at Fifer Orchards this past summer Contact me at: dacapers14@students.desu.edu  Danielle Dawkins Classification: Junior Major: Textile and Apparel Studies Minor: English Hometown: Brooklyn, NY Campus Activities: Resident Assistant, Honors Student, Big Sister Little Sister "Why are you a hornet?" I am a hornet because Delaware State University has open so many doors for me to reach my potential. Delaware State University is not just a university it is a family! Career Goals: I aspire to work for the clothing company H&M as a visual merchandiser and then something in the management area such as a district manager. After fulfilling my dream in the business aspect of the fast pace retail world I want to teach fashion courses at a university such as LIM, FIT, or The New School in New York City which are University’s geared towards individuals seeking business and fashion only. Advice for Students: Start Off Strong! Yes college is a difficult four years but you must work your hardest and push through. Every person at Delaware State University is here for the same goal and that is to obtain a degree. Don’t let other outside factors deter you from the main goal. Yes, you should go out, party, network, make friends, make memories, and enjoy your overall college experience. However, when all is said and done your degree is what you must show for in the end. Don’t loose sight! "Ask Me About…" How my name and my initials are unique Contact me at: dadawkins13@students.desu.edu     Jade Jackson Classification: Sophomore Major: Pre-Veterinary Sciences Minor (if you have one): None                    Hometown: Bronx, New York Campus Activities: Street Team, MANRRs "Why are you a Hornet?" Because it’s an honor to be a part of the Delaware State University-College of Agriculture & Related Science family! Career Goals: To become a veterinarian for either pet animals or farm animals; would love to work with marine animals though. Advice for Students: Find what you love and let it kill you. "Ask Me About…" The time I helped save a man who was on fire. Contact me at: jsjackson14@students.desu.edu ​Kierra Johnson Classification: Junior Major: Pre-Veterinary Science Minor (if you have one): none Hometown: Philadelphia, PA Campus Activities: MANRRS, Pre-Vet Club, First Generation Club "Why are you a Hornet?" The people here are friendly and the campus has a lot of fun/ educational activities. Career Goals: To complete veterinary school and become a small animal veterinarian. Advice for Students: To really figure out exactly what it is that you want to go for educationally and career wise, and stay focused on accomplishing the goal you set. "Ask Me About…" How it was going to W.B. Saul High School, an agricultural based school Contact me at: kajohnson13@students.desu.edu  Krystal Martindale ​Classification: Junior Major: Agri-Business Hometown: Brooklyn, Ny Campus Activities: MANRRS, First Generation Club, National Society of Leadership and Success, The Wide Life Society. "Why are you a Hornet?" The Agriculture program here is phenomenal, and they offer us a lot of great opportunities. The people here are friendly and know how to make you feel welcomed. Career Goals: I would like to work for the USDA and one day have my own business selling only organic products. Advice for students: Work hard but also make sure that you have some fun as well. All work and no play causes a lot of stress and burn-out. Experience everything the college has to offer at least once. "Ask me about..." MANNRS and all of the wonderful things we do for the community. Contact me at: Kmmartindale13@students.desu.edu Jennifer Savin ​Classification: Sophomore Major: Food and Nutritional Sciences: Dietetics Minor (if you have one): none Hometown: Smyrna, DE Campus Activities: FAN Club, FFA "Why are you a Hornet?" The class sizes are not any bigger than what I am used to and I love the layout of the campus. Career Goals: I want to become a registered dietician that works with small children Advice for Students: Time always moves faster than you expect, so make sure to plan your day wisely! "Ask Me About…" how I transitioned from being a high school senior to a college freshman. Contact me at: jpsavin14@students.desu.edu 
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CARS Ambassadors is a student organization of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences 


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Advisor
Alex D. Meredith
302.857.6410
 
President
Miss Taylor Pleasanton
 
Vice President 
Vacant
 
Recording Secretary
Miss Ashley Tabibian
 
Members 
Benjamain Bougouneau
Daisha Capers
Danielle Dawkins
Jade Jackson
Kierra Johnson
Krystal Martindale
Jennifer Savin

News and Announcements


 

 

CARS Conversations

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CARS Conversations December 2014 Tom Harmon (left) helping President Harry L. Williams plant a flower during Earth Day 2012   In many respects, you could say that Thomas M. Harmon Jr. is home grown (agriculture pun intended). Tom was born and raised in Camden, Delaware, where he graduated from Caesar Rodney High School in 1976. He then became a Hornet as a student in the School of Agriculture at Delaware State College, before the ‘School’ grew into the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences (CARS) and before the ‘College’ grew into Delaware State University. As an undergrad, Tom spent his summers helping Cooperative Extension with youth programs by serving as a youth counselor; by his last summer as a DSU student, he had been promoted to Summer Camp director. Tom clearly remembers when Extension personnel were housed in a 24 by 40 foot modular building behind the Baker Building, which is now a parking lot. Back then, Extension staff consisted of Dr. Ulysses S. Washington, Jr., DSU’s first Extension Administrator, Research Director and Agriculture Department chair; a secretary; four agents; and Tom as the Extension program assistant. Tom said initially he was a “door-to-door salesman for the Cooperative Extension—communicating primarily with families in Kent and Sussex counties about Extension.” Tom’s focus was on locating underserved citizens to provide them with information and to help them establish and maintain home gardens, and on identifying local agencies that offered assistance services. Soon after, his primary role shifted to assisting Extension agents with their programs/demonstrations, scheduling, monitoring and maintaining audio visual set-ups, photography, assisting with programming and driving the mobile teaching unit, (MoTec). Currently, Tom serves as the Program Services Coordinator for CARS. While he continues assisting specialists, agents and educators with programs and demonstrations, Tom’s responsibilities now also include the Backyard Gardening Program; preparing the Outreach and Research Center (DSU’s research farm in Smyrna, DE) for crop research and demonstration programs, and assisting with programs at sites throughout Delaware in the newly renovated mobile teaching unit, now referred to as MET. Tom is relied upon by CARS faculty, staff and students alike to prepare the Smyrna farm for visitors, and to assist with both  greenhouse seedling production and field plot preparation. Tom also advises on the ordering, purchasing and maintenance of vehicles, farm equipment, tools and supplies to support Cooperative Extension and Cooperative Research efforts in CARS. For several years, Tom has assisted CARS Dean Dyremple Marsh and Dr. Marikis Alvarez, Associate Dean for Research, in the production of quality pepper seeds. The research being conducted on these peppers—native to Antigua, Haiti and Jamaica—will hopefully produce seeds resistant to some common viruses and diseases.  Away from the office, Tom enjoys spending time with his family, day trips and (can you believe it?) gardening. He enjoys learning and sharing information with everyone about gardening and growing vegetables. “What little I know, I like to share; it gives me great joy to see those that want to grow vegetables for the first time in their gardens and yards, do so successfully.”    Tom looks forward to playing golf again and riding horses, which he used to train. #bucketlist ARCHIVE
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About CARS Conversations

CARS Conversations was created to recognize staff members for their dedicated service to the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences. Visit this page each month to learn about people behind the scenes of CARS. Through this platform, we celebrate these vital members of the DSU community.

Welcome Letter From The Director

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Welcome Letter from our Director Early Childhood Laboratory School  Constance L. Williams, M.Ed.   Welcome! As the Director of the Early Childhood Laboratory School at Delaware State University I would like to welcome you to our NEW website! We take great pride in our outstanding child-centered curriculum provided for our school’s youngest learners from 12 months to Pre-Kindergarten 5 year olds.  Our goal is to offer individualized educational opportunities in a positive multi-cultural learning environment that prepares our students to become lifelong learners and contributing members of society. The DSU Lab School has an exceptional team of creative, professional educators who dedicate a tremendous amount of time and energy providing the best possible education for all of our students. We use formative and summative assessments to gather data on the academic growth of our students and use this data to develop appropriate learning centers and individualized instruction.  Regular review and revision of the curriculum helps us to ensure that we are delivering the best possible learning experience for each child. We acknowledge the importance of parental involvement in the success of our program and enjoy the strong relationships with our Parent Committee and community volunteers.  The presence of early field experience students and volunteers in the classroom allows us to expose children to different teaching styles, cultures and languages through individual interactions to expand learning opportunities. Again, Welcome to Delaware State University’s Early Childhood Laboratory School! It is our pleasure to serve the University, the beautiful Capital City of Dover and Delaware’s most valuable assets, our children.  I invite you to explore our website often, as each visit will have new features highlighting all the unique learning experiences that DSU Lab School has to offer your family. Please feel free to contact me with any comments or questions via e-mail: clwilliams@desu.edu Sincerely, Constance L. Williams, M.Ed. Faculty & Director of the Early Childhood Laboratory School Delaware State University

Daily Schedules

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Early Childhood Lab School Daily Schedules   Toddler Classroom 7:30 am Arrival/Free Play 9:00 am Diapers, Toileting & Hand Washing 9:15 am Clean up/ Hand Washing/ Breakfast 9:45 am Friendship Time (theme review, songs, feelings) 10:00 am Gross Motor (indoor area or outdoors) 11:20 am Art & Sensory Experiences 11:50 am Clean Up/Hand Washing/ Lunch 12:20 pm Story Time/Diapers, Toileting 12:45 pm Quiet time/Nap time 2:45 pm Diapers, Toileting, Hand Washing 3:00 pm Snack 3:20 pm Literacy Activities (Fingerplays, books) /Free Play 4:00 pm Outdoor Excursion/Indoor play area/Music & Movement 5:30 pm Departure PreK 3’s Classroom 7:30 am-8:40 am- Arrival/Self selected play 8:40 am-9:00 am- Circle time- calendar, flag salute, feelings 9:00 am-9:30 am- Clean up/Wash hands/Breakfast 9:30 am-9:40 am- Library/Table tops 9:40 am-10:00 am- Music & Movement 10:00 am-10:20 am- Small group theme/concepts 10:20 am-11:00 am-Physical activities/Playground 11:00 am-11:30 am-Centers/Free play 11:30 am-12:00 pm- Clean up/Wash hands/Lunch 12:00 am-12:30 pm- Fine Motor/table tops 12:30 pm-1:00 pm- Story time 1:00 pm-3:00 pm- Nap/Quiet time 3:00 pm-3:30 pm-Wash hands/Snack 3:30 pm-4:00 pm- Group time 4:00 pm-4:45 pm Centers/Free play 4:45 pm-5:30 pm Physical activities/outdoor time PreK 4’s Classroom 7:30 am-8:30 am Arrival/Free play 8:30 pm-8:50 am Morning Meeting 9:00 am-9:30 am Clean up/Wash hands/Breakfast 9:30 am-9:40 am Story time 9:50 am-10:20 am Outdoor activities 10:30 am-10:50 am Circle time 10:50 am-11:00 am Music & Movement 11:00 am-11:30 am Centers/Small group time 11:40 am-12:25 pm Clean up/Wash hands/Lunch 12:30 pm-1:00 pm Story time 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Quiet time 3:00 pm-3:30 pm Wash hands/Snack 3:30 pm-4:00 pm Afternoon Meeting 4:00 pm-4:30 pm Outdoor activities 4:30 pm-5:30 –Free play/departure PreK 5’s Classroom 7:30 am-9:00 am Arrival/Free play- Learning Centers 9:00 am-10:00 am Clean up/Wash hands/Breakfast 10:00 am-11:00 am Circle time (Large & Small Groups) Literacy & Language/Journals 11:00 am-12:10 pm Outdoor Activities 12:15 pm-1:00 pm Clean up/Wash hands/Lunch 1:00 pm Quiet Time/Rest 3:00 pm-3:30 pm Wash hands/Snack 3:30 pm-5:30 –Free play- Learning Centers/Music & Movement/Departure

Classroom Management - I Can Problem Solve

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Classroom Management & Guidance   The Lab School promotes positive behavior management techniques to prevent challenging behaviors. We arrange the classrooms for active exploration and individual decision making opportunities. Clear age appropriate class rules and expectations are posted and reviewed daily. We use redirection, active listening, modeling and positive reinforcement to encourage positive behavior. The staff is encouraged to give attention to and reward appropriate behavior.  Inappropriate behavior is ignored.  However, if the behavior cannot be ignored, the child is verbally reminded of the classroom rules and expectations. If the verbal appeals are unsuccessful, the child will be asked to move to a quiet area in the classroom away from the learning centers until he/she can behave appropriately. If the challenging behavior persists, a parent-teacher conference will be scheduled to determine strategies to improve age appropriate behaviors and consequences for inappropriate behaviors. In an effort to solve problems in a productive manner, children are guided through a series of lessons providing techniques and language specified in the Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Program by Dr. Myrna B. Shure (ICPS) also known as “I Can Problem Solve.” 

Tuition and Payment Options

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All accounts must be set up in the cashier’s office and will receive a CDL account number. The person responsible for the account must use their social security number on the Business Office Form.  An annual non-refundable registration fee of $25.00 is required at the time of registration. The tuition for attendance in DSU’s Early Childhood Laboratory School is income-based from September-June. There is a $50 monthly discount for additional siblings enrolled in the Lab School. Payment can be made by credit card, money order, cash or check in the Administration Building 1st floor Cashier’s Office 9:00 am-4:00 pm M-F or online through QuikPay NelNet Website. The University accepts self-arranged Purchase of Care through the Division of Social Services- Delaware Health and Social Services. Parents/guardians are responsible for paying the University for services rendered and completing and returning all documentation before receiving a reimbursement from DSS. A late fee of $35.00 will be placed on accounts the Monday after payments are due. Your child will not be permitted to return to school without a receipt of payment. In the unfortunate event that you choose to withdraw your child, you must provide a 2-week notice. If your CDL account has an outstanding balance, the account will go to collections after 90 days.  

Kid's Corner

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Delaware State University
Early Childhood Laboratory School

Education & Humanities Center, Rm 116
7:30 am - 5:30 pm, Monday-Friday
302.857.6731

clwilliams@desu.edu
 

 
 

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Kid's Corner Resources DSU Early Childhood Lab School Daily Schedules - Daily classroom schedules from Toddlers to PreK 5.  DE Early Learning Foundations for School Success - A plan to support the development of quality of early care and education system throughout the State. I Can Problem Solve - The DSU Learning Lab's management and guidance of classroom explained.  Delaware Help Me Grow- Info on promoting  healthy child development in the early years. Great Starts Delaware - Information and services to help give kids a great start in life. Parenting  - Some Useful Tips Healthy Children - Info on children health issues, safety & prevention, family life just to name a few. Immunization Requirement for the State of Delaware Child Fun - A cool site to go to when Kids are out of school, e.g.: school closures, weekends, evenings... Kids Delaware - A lot to read, but some really cool stuff; I'm sure you will find something of interest. A Safe Place to Learn and Play - Another cool site to go to when Kids are out of School.  

Early Childhood Laboratory School

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Education & Humanities Center, Rm 116
7:30 am - 5:30 pm, Monday-Friday
302.857.6731 
clwilliams@desu.edu
 

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Mission and Purpose: As a university laboratory school, we aim to lead through excellence and innovation as we train undergraduate and graduate students in child development theory, research and its applications, while implementing national and state standards for quality toddler, preschool and kindergarten programs. We provide resources to parents and community members in child development and strategies for meeting the needs of special populations, including dual language learners. We welcome all university majors to observe, participate and learn in a nurturing, diverse educational environment. Philosophy: The Lab School believes in providing each individual child with appropriate tools, equipment and accommodations for enhancing their gross motor control, eye-hand coordination, speech/language development, socialization abilities, emotional development, and cognitive/intellectual skills. We believe in teaching children how to make choices and decisions, find solutions, share, respect, and interact with others harmoniously, and understand who they are as vibrant caring human beings and future contributors to society. At the Lab School, young children are offered meaningful experiences to help them understand the World around them. Children explore and discover their environment through touch, sight, sound, work, and play. Their learning experiences include classroom centers of interest, outdoor expression, and freedom of creativity while also participating in planned field trips to enhance their ability to process new information. Classroom Management & Guidance: The Lab School promotes positive behavior management techniques to prevent challenging behaviors. We arrange the classrooms for active exploration and individual decision making opportunities. Clear age appropriate class rules and expectations are posted and reviewed daily. We use redirection, active listening, modeling and positive reinforcement to encourage positive behavior. The staff is encouraged to give attention to and reward appropriate behavior. Inappropriate behavior is ignored. However, if the behavior cannot be ignored, the child is verbally reminded of the classroom rules and expectations. If the verbal appeals are unsuccessful, the child will be asked to move to a quiet area in the classroom away from the learning centers until he/she can behave appropriately. If the challenging behavior persists, a parent-teacher conference will be scheduled to determine strategies to improve age appropriate behaviors and consequences for inappropriate behaviors. In an effort to solve problems in a productive manner, children are guided through a series of lessons providing techniques and language specified in the Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Program by Dr. Myrna B. Shure (ICPS) also known as: "I Can Problem Solve." To learn more, please click here: A Reach toward Excellence

FFA at DSU

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Delaware State University Collegiate FFA was chartered in 1992. This chapter in based on Delaware State University's campus in Dover.

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Mission FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education. Purpose Collegiate FFA enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement to create premier leaders, enable personal growth, and ensure career success.​​ Activities Our officer team and members participate in activities such as attending local high school FFA banquets, our semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway clean-up, our annual Jack-O-Lantern contest, the Arbor Day celebration on our campus and the trade show at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Our chapter has continued the tradition of adopting a family every Thanksgiving holiday. During the Delaware State Fair in July, our chapter showcases our display board which represents all of our most recent activities and accomplishments The members participating in DSU FFA's activities are able to do so through funding obtained from our annual citrus sale, our biannual banquet and silent auction, and our annual plant sale. The plants sold in our plant sale are grown on site in our James W. W. Baker Building Greenhouse. (FFA students participating in their semi-annual "Adopt-A-Highway" clean up)
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FFA is a student organization of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences
 


FFA Staff and Officers


Dr. Richard Barczewski, Advisor
Mr. Alex Meredith
, Co-Advisor

President
Taylor Pleasanton, sophomore 

Vice-President
Elizabeth Seaman, sophomore 

Treasurer
Rodney Wilson Jr.,  sophomore

Secretary
Allison Strouse, sophomore 
 
 

 

 

 

MANRRS at DSU

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Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences 

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Changing the Face of Agriculture by Linking Hands around the World   2014-2015 DSU MANRRS Chapter members (L to R): Gabrielle Delima, national vice president of undergraduates – Region I; Akida Ferguson, president; Lasheeda Brooks; Debbielynn Mayo, secretary; Mrs. Chandra Owens, Advisor; Kierra Johnson, historian; Daisha Capers; and Lamar Chandler, treasurer.   (From left) Saundra Wheeler, MANRRS Region I Graduate Student VP, DSU’s Gabrielle Delima, Region I Undergraduate Student VP, and Dr. B. Michelle Harris, UDC advisor for MANRRS (right), present a gift to guest speaker Dr. Loston Rowe, DuPont Crop Protection. Dr. Rowe spoke during the MANRRS Region I Cluster meeting, held in the MLK Student Center on the DSU campus, November 8 – 9, 2014.   MANRRS members, Region I, listen intently to guest speaker Dr. Loston Rowe.    
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Mission

To promote academic and professional advancement by empowering minorities in agriculture, natural resources and related sciences.

Purpose

"We, the members of this society, pledge to support endeavors that will always foster and promote the agricultural sciences and related fields in a positive manner among ethnic minorities. We also pledge to initiate and participate in activities and programs that will ensure that ethnic minorities will also be involved in and associated with the agricultural sciences and related fields. We pledge to work for the inclusion, achievement, and advancement of all people in the agricultural sciences."

Activities

  • Semi-annual Adopt-A-Mile highway clean up
  • Community Garden with the USDA Service projects for the underserved in the surrounding community
  • College of Agriculture and Related Sciences outreach activity assistance

History

Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) began as a shared vision by a group of agriculture students and faculty members at Michigan State University and Pennsylvania State University. Their goal was to develop partnerships between minority students and professionals within academic institutions, government, and agriculturally-related industries. That commitment led to the first national MANRRS conference, held at Michigan State University, in 1986. Since then, MANRRS has become a national organization comprised of thousands of student and professional members.

MANRRS is a non-profit, national society that welcomes membership of people of all racial and ethnic groups who are interested in agricultural careers and those in related sciences. MANRRS members are encouraged to be full participants in other professional societies for their basic disciplinary and career interests. However, MANRRS attempts to provide networks to support professional development of minorities.

 

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MANRRS is a student organization of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences


MANRRS Advisors and Officers


Advisor
Mrs. Chandra Owens
USDA 1890 Liaison
cowens@desu.edu
302.857.7131

Co-Advisor
Mr. Leroy Hawkins
CARS Academic Advisor
lhawkins@desu.edu
302.857.7726
 
National Vice President of Region I
Miss Gabrielle Delima
 
President
Miss Akida Ferguson
 
Vice President
VACANT
 
Secretary
Miss Debbielynn Mayo
 
Treasurer
Mr. Vincent Chandler
 
Historian
Miss Kierra Johnson
 

Meeting Date

Meetings are held first and third Thursdays of each month in the Ag Annex building (#47), Room 212, at 11:15 am.


National MANRRS 

 

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