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News

Welcome to the News section for the Master of Agribusiness program. This section includes news updates, The Syllabus Newsletters, awards, and ways to keep up with the latest through social media and other outlets.

Latest News

2017

Britney Rosburg, MAB Class of 2017, discusses inter-generational farm transition  on Agriculture Today with Eric Atkinson (audio recording)

Winter Syllabus Newsletter

MAB Class of 2017 Michelle Mensingand Dr. Terry Griffin discuss fieldwork probability and equipping farms with planters on Agriculture Today with Eric Atkinson (audio recording)

2016

Fall Syllabus Newsletter

Summer Syllabus Newsletter

Capturing lightning in a bottle featuringDavid Bahre, Class of 2014, published by the High Plains Journal

Winter Syllabus Newsletter

AgriGold adds soybeans to seed portfolio featuring MAB Class of 2015 Andy Montgomery, published by Farm Industry News

2015
Guiding Principles: Lon Frahm, MAB Class of 2002, byTanner Ehmke, MAB Class of 2011, published in the October Issue of AgProgress

Fall Syllabus Newsletter

Summer Syllabus Newsletter

Women in Agriculture Making a Difference featuring MAB Class of 2013 Alumna Dana Brooks, AgCareers.com

Winter Syllabus Newsletter

2014

Fall Syllabus Newsletter

Lon Frahm, MAB Class of 2002, Frahm Farmland Inc. visits the K-State Center for Risk Management Education and Research Fellows

FDA Official, Dr. Sharon Benz,
Highlights Hot Topics Including Changes in Antibiotic Use in Animals at MAB Animal Health Industry Insights

Master of Agribusiness program, staff receive regional awards

K-State MAB offers new course for animal health and companion animal professionals: AGEC 750, Economic Issues in the Global Animal Health Industry

Balancing family, work and earning a master’s degree, AgCareers.com

In her own words, 2014 Global Campus Alumni Fellow Cristina Mansfield shares her story and the passion she holds for education and philanthropy.


Read previous stories on our News Archive page.


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