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AFA Policy Institute, Food Science Institute, & Technology
Students interested in attending the AFA Policy Institute must apply and be selected for industry sponsorship. Sponsorship includes program registration and materials, lodging, transportation between meeting locations and meals throughout the Institute. Travel to the Institute, including parking and ground transportation is not included. To be eligible, students must have previously attended AFA Leaders Conference.
Located in Events / 2016-2017
Where art meets science: Call for student-created artwork for Research Week 2015
Jan. 22
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
2015 USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program
Nov. 6
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
2015 National Conference on Undergraduate Research
Dec. 2
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
OCES Internship program for 2015
Dec. 5
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
Oklahoma Journal of Undergraduate Research
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
Posters on the Hill 2015 - Call for Undergraduate Research Presentations
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2014-2015
Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Encounter
The Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Encounter is a program designed to expand the knowledge of the Agricultural Industry in Oklahoma for today's young adults. Expansion and extension of the educational component of the Oklahoma Junior Livestock Program through production agriculture, is a major goal of the Oklahoma Youth Expo board of directors and staff. It is only through a stronger concentration on education that future leaders are developed.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
CASNR Student Council Application
CASNR Student Council is the “student government” of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, and comprised of two branches. The Executive branch is made up of 11 executives. The Representative of CASNR Student Council is made up of representatives selected by each of the clubs/organizations within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The CASNR Student Council executives coordinate many of the club/organization activities throughout the year. Freshmen and Transfer Representatives are selected to help coordinate the activities sponsored by the CASNR Student Council. They attend all of the executive meetings as well as CASNR Student Full Council meetings. They also are placed under an executive as an intern in order to learn the roles of that position and help the executive in various ways.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
CASNR Student Council Internal Affairs Application
The purposes of the Internal Affairs Committee shall be to conduct the regular and special elections of the CASNR Student Association, review the standing documentation of the Association, evaluate the performance of the officers of the Executive Council, monitor the standing of the clubs recognized by the Executive Council, and investigate those complaints brought to its attention by any member of the Association.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016