Agronomy Ambassadors are a group of students selected to represent the Agronomy Department. They meet with and give tours to guests and prospective students. Ambassadors also represent Agronomy at vairous events. Ambassadors are selected in the Spring Semester. [Link to Application (PDF)] [Link to Learn More About the Ambassador Program (PDF)]
Purdue Students participate in regional and national Crops Judging Contests each year.
Purdue students compete in regional and national Soil Judging Contests each year. The Purdue Soils Team is also getting ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2009. Plans are in the works to celebrate this milestone. Check out their Web site for more information.
Each year Purdue Turf students compete in the annual Collegiate Turf Bowl competition hosted during the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) International Golf Course Conference and Show.
Purdue Turf students also annually compete in the Sports Turf Managers Association Student Challenge
Purdue Agronomy has participated in the American Forage and Grassland Council Forage
Clubs in the Department of Agronomy
The Purdue Agronomy Club is an educational, service, social, and outreach program for anyone interested in agronomy. They team host the Purdue invitational crops and soil judging contests, serve as student educators, and produce and provide products used in agriculture and science. Each semester, they have programs and speakers that address the interests of the department and students. They attend and participate in the Regional and National ASA-SAS meetings.
Environmental Science Club
The Environmental Science Club (ESC) is a science based option club for the Natural Resources and Environmental Science Program (NRES) at Purdue University. ESC is mostly comprised of NRES students, but other disciplines are welcomed with open arms. ESC emphasizes environmental education and sustainable management of our natural resources. We stand firm on the motto: OUR ENVIRONMENT...OUR CONCERN...OUR FUTURE.
Soil and Water Conservation Society - Student Chapter
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The Purdue Turf Club was founded in March of 1995 by a group of Turf Science students to provide other turf students, both now and in the future, with a means to advance their careers through new contacts, improved knowledge, and a sense of acceptance in the world of Turf. In 1997 the Turf Club became the Purdue University Student Chapter of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. The inception into being part of the GCSAA was to further our involvement in the growing turf industry. The chapter believes that our greatest asset is our monthly meeting that brings everyone together. Each month the chapter tries to bring in a speaker or take a field trip to further expose ourselves to the diverse turfgrass industry.