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  • AGEDS Alum Retires after 43 years of teaching Ag Education

    Sending out a special #CALSproud and congratulations to Ag Ed and Studies alum Brad Taylor (’78 ag and life sciences education, MS ‘00 professional ag) who is retiring this summer after 43 years of teaching. His last school day at Roland-Story High school is today. Taylor has been a valued partner in our teacher education program – in many ways he acted as a field-based faculty member for our department.

    “Mr. Taylor has had such an impact on a number of teachers in our state. He has mentored more student teachers for the college than he has years of teaching experience,” said Scott Smalley, associate professor of agricultural education and studies and coordinator of the department’s teacher education program.

  • We’re celebrating Green Dot Action Month!

    What’s your Green Dot?

    Click here to learn more!

    Here is more information: A Green Dot is any choice, behavior, word or attitude that promotes safety for everyone and communicates utter intolerance for power-based personal violence in our Iowa State University community. A green dot is anything you do to make our community safer.

  • Robert Martin

    Congratulations to Dr. Robert Martin: Awarded Iowa
    Association of Agricultural Educators 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Banner for the GLAG conference


    Join us for the 5th Annual Global Learning in Agriculture (#GLAG19) with @GlobalTeachAg during the week of January 26th! 

  • Text: Fall 2018 Senior Award Winners

    Congratulations to all of the Fall 2018 Iowa State CALS Council Senior Award Winners!

  • GLAG conference banner

    Join us for the 5th Annual Global Learning in Agriculture (#GLAG19) with @GlobalTeachAg during the week of January 26th!

  • A barn at the ag 450 farm

    Congratulations to the AG 450 Farm for 75 years!

    On Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22 students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate 75 years of the AG 450 Farm.

  • Much of second floor Curtiss will be renovated during the fall semester.  Effective August 1st, several faculty and staff will be in new office locations. Our main office will be located in 318 Curtiss Hall.

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