Penn State Agricultural Sciences Newswire - 06/16/2014

College of Agricultural Sciences edition
Monday, June 16, 2014

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IN THIS ISSUE:

STORIES:
-- Student Stories: Food science major gets to meat of the matter in Poland
-- When it comes to global education, dual degrees are better than one
-- Exhibition highlights 100 years of Cooperative Extension service
-- Webinar to examine natural gas potential of Utica shale formation
-- UNESCO chairs announce international symposium

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TOP STORIES:

Student Stories: Food science major gets to meat of the matter in Poland
Most college students originally enrolled in their studies following high school graduation, but Penn State food science major Steve Bookbinder took a different path.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/CYYytQth
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When it comes to global education, dual degrees are better than one
Two Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences graduate students -- each from different backgrounds and primary areas of study -- graduated this spring with something in common. Both gained valuable international experience and earned dual degrees that make them stand out as they embark on their professional careers.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/kH3S4Xcw
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Exhibition highlights 100 years of Cooperative Extension service
"The Power of Agricultural Cooperative Extension: 100 Years of Penn State Service," an exhibition, is on display June 17 through Sept. 15, in The Special Collections Library, 104 Paterno Library, Penn State University Park.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/H46xmD3w
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Webinar to examine natural gas potential of Utica shale formation
A Web-based seminar presented by Penn State Extension's Marcellus Education Team will analyze the natural gas potential of another shale formation.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/CZS1J8qh
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UNESCO chairs announce international symposium
The UNESCO Symposium on Youth Civic Engagement and Leadership through Sport and Recreation will be held Aug. 28 at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, in conjunction with the American football game between Penn State and the University of Central Florida, scheduled for Aug. 30 at the stadium.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/J8V4bQ6d
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More stories: https://news.psu.edu/link/gnP55c3d

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