Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The record group contains issues of Accent newsletter, 1981-1989, and Sower's Scoop, 1975-1979. The newsletters contain information on topics such as student groups, events, scholarships, agricultural careers, and campus interviews by recruiting employers.
This collection contains pamphlets, reports, manuals, and newspaper clippings concerning general information about the Agricultural Education program of the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources).
This collection contains materials collected by the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) relating to the Nebraska Farmers Institutes including circulars from 1895 and 1898, and a First Report from 1906.
Records from the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute (now Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute) from 1967-1969.
Newsletter “National Agriculture Youth Institute News” published by the National Agricultural Youth Institute (now Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute) from 1970.
This collection consists of the Newsletter For Women In Agricultural Education, a newsletter sent to women participating in the Women in Agricultural Education Project. The newsletter provided a forum for the project participants, advisory committee and others to share information and to maintain awareness about women in the Agricultural Education Project.
Proceedings, Aerial Applicator Short Courses, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Records
This collection contains Department of Agricultural Education reports numbers 1, 5 and 7. Factors Relating to Occupational and Educational Decision Making of Rural Youth, Summaries of Studies in Agricultural Education 19967-68 and Occupational Opportunities in Nebraska 1968 are the topics of the reports.
Course bulletins for College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) short courses from 1892-1957.
This collection contains letterpress books with correspondence from Superintendents F.W. Taylor, E.A. Burnett and W.P. Synder.