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Title: Rutgers SEBS and NJAES Newsroom : News from the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station

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Description:News from the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
... takes careful planning and a comprehensive understanding of the marketplace in order to develop a business strategy that will ensure success Annie s Project New Jersey is funded by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Risk Management Agency and Rutgers Cooperative Extension Read the entire article at insurancenewsnet com Filed Under In the News Rutgers SEBS First Year Student Induction Ceremony 2014 Video September 17 2014 by Office of Communications Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences SEBS held its second annual induction ceremony for incoming freshmen and transfer students for the 2014 2015 academic year on Labor Day Sept 1 at the Nicholas Music Center on the Douglass Campus This new annual tradition welcomes SEBS students with a ceremony that introduces them to the rich history and traditions of the school as well as the many resources and activities available to them throughout the school year Watch as faculty and students share their thoughts on the event and view the photo gallery for the event Filed Under SEBS Students Video Alumni Story Mark Robson Making Rutgers His Home September 17 2014 by Office of Alumni and Community Engagement Editor s Note In celebration of the 150th anniversary of our designation as the land grant institution in New Jersey alumni are invited to tell their own Rutgers story Mark Gregory Robson holds four Rutgers degrees a B S 1977 in Agricultural Science from Cook College a master s 1979 and Ph D 1988 in Plant Science from the Graduate School New Brunswick and an M P H 1995 in Environmental and Occupational Health from the School of Public Health Here is his story in his own words Mark visits with farmers in rural Vietnam to discuss rice production and pesticide exposure I like to joke that my mother dropped me off in 1973 and I am still waiting for her to come back Actually it was my Aunt Leah and Uncle Frank who dropped me off and I am still here 42 years four degrees three jobs and one wife later My first exposure to Rutgers came as a kid at home on the farm Robson s Farm was a typical small family farm with 35 dairy cows 3 000 laying hens and about 140 acres of vegetables and field crops Our county agents were regular visitors to our farm My brother sister and I all became members of the Meadow Clippers 4 H Dairy Club Through 4 H I started going to functions on the Cook Campus State 4 H camp and other parts of Rutgers All of this exposed me to the Rutgers College of Agriculture and Environmental Science CAES I applied to Rutgers in 1972 and came as a freshman in 1973 at the newly formed Cook College I ended up living on campus in Helyar House due to the influence of my neighbors the Hlubiks All six Hlubik brothers went to Rutgers and all were part of the Cooperative Living Group Helyar House or...

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