March 22, 2021
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Spring Semester Countdown!
"...With the end of the spring semester only 6-8 weeks away, A&M system members should continue to follow system guidance, “Guidance for Spring Semester of 2021 and Related Issues” issued in October 2020 on testing, face coverings, classes, physical distancing, occupancy limitations,
co-curricular activities, among other matters..."
Texas Agriculture Commodities
WT Department of Agricultural Sciences
by Gender & Major
Chart is based on 2019 fall statistics.
Tasia Bos Accepted into PhD Program
Tasia Bos, B.S. Biology and Biochemistry alumna (2019) and former McNair Scholar, recently was accepted into UT Southwestern’s Biomedical PhD Program.
Tasia interviewed with four schools, and received admissions to all of them, but chose UT for its reputation. Tasia is looking forward to starting this upcoming fall. After she completes her PhD, she intends to work in academia as a professor and a researcher She enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for science. Serving as a tutor at WT for three years, “I enjoy showing students that they should not be intimidated by the subject" said Tasia.

What advice would you give to future students?
"Balancing life and classes often isn’t easy. I know there are lots of students that must work multiple jobs to pay for their education, some students have families to take care of, and some have health issues. The most important thing is to take care of yourself and your well-being. Second, I know it is easier said than done, but keep persevering. Your degree will be worth it, and you will have an encouraging story about how you balanced your education and the chaos called life. Show yourself and others what you are capable of."

Congratulations on all your hard work, Tasia!
14th Annual Faculty Research
Poster Session and Research Fair
Roping Their Way into
Odessa College Rodeo Finals
Owen Wahlert, SR. Ag. Business & Economics, and Kallen Johnson, FR.
Ag. Business & Economics, both advanced to the short go-round in the team’s first event since 2019. Each earned cash prizes and points in their quest to advance to the College National Finals Rodeo in June. “Our WT team represented us very well,” said Jordan Jo Fabrizio, assistant coach. “And we’re excited to be back in the saddle this semester, with five more rodeos planned through April.” Congratulations!
  • 4/1 Graduate Students 8:00AM
  • 4/5 Seniors 8:00AM
  • 4/8 Juniors 8:00AM
  • 4/12 Sophomores 8:00AM
  • 4/19 Freshmen 8:00AM
"Great people, no matter their field, have similar habits.
Learn them and use them in your own quest for greatness.”
~ Paula Andress