ACU faculty impact agriculture industry on the national level

For Immediate Release
September 8, 1999

  • Dr. Ed Brokaw, associate professor of agriculture and environment, will be attending the Agriculture Consortium of Texas (ACT) meeting at Kilgore College on Sept. 23-24 and also will be attending the National Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Executive Committee fall meeting in Kansas City, October 2-3. Brokaw holds executive office in both associations.
  • Dr. Glenn Davis, chair of the department of agriculture and environment, will attend the annual national meeting of the American Society of Agronomy (ASA) held in Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 31-Nov. 4. Several students from ACU's agriculture department will participate in the Region IV ASA Soils Contest on Nov. 20 at West Texas A&M, Canyon.
  • Dr. Foy Mills, associate professor of agribusiness and a national advisor, and Michelle Baldwin, ACU junior agribusiness major from Thornton and national parliamentarian for Delta Tau Alpha Agricultural Honor Society, will attend the National Executive Officers mid-year meeting in Oklahoma City on October 2-3.
  • ACU's Southwest Peanut Flavor Lab will begin its eighth year of operation. The flavor lab conducts analysis to enhance peanut quality and safety as a food product. The lab is supervised by Mills and employs four to five student workers each fall. Mills will be attending a peanut flavor spectrum workshop in Albany, Ga., later this month.


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