Department of Agriculture Illinois State University Faculty and

Department of Agriculture Illinois State University Faculty and

Department of Agriculture Illinois State University Faculty and Staff Dr. Rykerd Chair Agribusiness Farm Industry Management Ag Education Ag Communication and Leadership Kathy Scott Admin Assistant Dave Malone Undergraduate Advisor Animal Science Animal Industry Management Pre Vet Medicine Crop and Soil Science Agronomy Management Horticulture and Landscape Management

Farm Horticulture Center Don Meyer Dr. Steffen Dr. Lammers Dr. Armstrong Jessica Chambers Mr. Bob Crawford Dr. ORourke Dr. Wood David Malone Dr. Rykerd Dr. Kopsell Mr. Russel Derango Dr. Spaulding Dr. Rickard Dr. Smiciklas Dr. Schmidt Mr. Stan Kaeb

Dr. Tudor Dr. Walker Mr. Jeffrey Robb Dr. Whitacre Dr. ORourke Mr. Randy Shroeder Dr. Winter Dr. Spaulding Mission Statement The mission of the Department of Agriculture at Illinois State University is to deliver the highest quality academic programs, prepare students for careers in the food and agriculture industry, conduct scholarly activities that are beneficial to the citizens of Illinois and beyond, and provide outreach services to an ever-changing world. The Department provides the benefits of a small college within a large university, and places the student at the center of teaching and scholarship. Learning is enhanced by strong student-faculty connections and student participation in cocurricular activities and organizations. All academic programs within the Department emphasize the relationship between theory and practice. The Department prepares students to be engaged participants in a global society by fostering teamwork and an informed respect for differences among people.

Academic Programs Agribusiness Agronomy Management Food Industry Management Crop & Soil Science Agriculture Communications and Leadership Animal Science Agriculture Education Animal Industry Management Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Horticulture & Landscape Management Graduate Registered Student Organizations NAMA - Illinois State Student Chapter of National AgriMarketing Association - Advisors:Dr. Aslihan Spaulding and Dr. Rick Whitacre Horticulture Club - Advisors: Jessica Chambers and Dr. Dave Kopsell Alpha Zeta - Advisors: Dr. Dick Steffen, Dr. Kerry Tudor, and Dr. Randy Winter Ag Science Club - Advisors: Shalamar Armstrong, Rob Rhykerd Collegiate FFA/PAS - Advisor: Dr. Dick Steffen Various judging teams - Advisor: Dave Malone

Fraternities include: Alpha Gamma Rho FarmHouse CERES agricultural fraternity for women Study Abroad France Study international agriculture, agribusiness, or horticulture at Ecole Superieure d' Agriculture in Angers, the gateway to the Loire Valley, for four weeks. The agriculture of this area is varied with a wide range of animal and crop production. In addition to regular classes and field trips, participants specialize during the fourth week in agriculture, agribusiness, horticulture or international marketing and finance with an opporFrance Study international agriculture, agribusiness, or horticulture at Ecole Superieure d' Agriculture in Angers, the gateway to the Loire Valley, for four weeks. The agriculture of this area is varied with a wide range of animal and crop production. In addition to regular classes and field trips, participants specialize during the fourth week in agriculture, agribusiness, horticulture or international marketing and finance

with an opportunity to meet with French farmers and agribusiness representatives. Instruction is in English. Participants will also have time to explore the magic of Paris. Contact Us The Department office is located in Ropp Agriculture Building (RAB) Room 125. Agriculture courses are taught both in Turner Hall and the Ropp Agriculture Building. Please visit Illinois State's interactive map for directions to campus and information on parking, and accessibility. Mailing Address: Department of Agriculture Illinois State University Campus Box 5020 Normal, IL 61790-5020 Email: [email protected] Please visit the Illinois State Phonebook or call (309) 438-2111 for contact information Phone: (309) 438-5654 Fax: (309) 438-5653

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