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The Extension for Real Life The state of the art pdf. Stuff that is good to know, nice to know, fun to know, or that you need to know. A teenage girl looks on as a doctor explains a chart in his hands. Tommy Cobb of Starkville, Mississippi, is mentoring a 2016 Rural Medical Scholars Program participant, Laura Olive of Summit, Mississippi.

She is currently a pre-med student at Mississippi State University. Several ripe persimmons hang from tree branches surrounded by green leaves. Persimmon trees produce forage that deer and other wildlife enjoy. February is a perfect time of year for planting these trees to supplement the diets of future wildlife generations. A young man kneels next to his goat at the Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions. Tyler Branch, a 4-H member in Holmes County, earned one of 43 spots in the 2018 Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions with his goat Cosmo on Feb. Branch also was awarded a scholarship for the meat goat premiere exhibitor contest he won during the weeklong livestock events.

Upright stems of a low-lying chartreuse plant sprout from a landscape bed. Sedums, also called stonecrop, are typically a grayish-green, but lemon sedum varieties have yellow to chartreuse foliage. An assortment of green, orange, and red vegetables are arranged in a heart shape. Eating fruits and vegetables is part of a heart healthy diet. February is Heart Health Month! This Valentine’s arrangement has a stuffed bear and a red heart hugging an arrangement of twigs with candy attached using red ribbon.

A football referee in a black and white striped shirt blows a whistle while another raises his arms to signal a touchdown. Another illustration uses a thermometer to depict the proper freezing, refrigeration, cooking and holding temperatures for food. Use proper food safety practices, such as keeping foods at the proper temperature. Why Do You Need Anti-Virus Software? MSU Trial Garden storytelling series launches Feb. Mississippi State University is an equal opportunity institution.

Discrimination in university employment, programs or activities based on race, color, ethnicity, sex, pregnancy, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a U. 2016 Mississippi State University Extension Service. Yard and garden publications including gardennotes. CSU Extension – A division of the Office of Engagement. Providing trusted, practical education to help you solve problems, develop skills and build a better future.

Arrow divider image – marks separation between nested pages that are listed as breadcrumbs. Director, Extension Outreach and Engagement. Minor The NDE Minor at Iowa State University is a unique opportunity to get a multi-disciplinary engineering qualification in the rapidly emerging field of Nondestructive Evaluation. See the NDE flyer for more information on this minor, or visit the website below. What does a ME do?

Mechanical Engineering Seminar Series A hallmark of leading institutions in science and engineering research is technical seminar participation. The department hosts a series of seminars throughout the academic year which includes invited speakers who are leaders in fields related to mechanical engineering. All on-campus students pursuing a graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering are required to register for ME 600 every semester. This is a graduation requirement.

Off-campus students and students pursuing Master of Engineering are exempt from the seminar requirement. The graduate programs office will track this requirement. A fail may have adverse impact on your graduation. Requirements by Degree Type MS students: Need to register every semester up to graduation. Students who are only registered for GRST 600 are exempt from M E 600 for that semester. ComFRE researchers pose in front of an air-water bubble column in the Experimental Multiphase Flow Laboratory.

3D-printed full size tooling section for a cheerstand, while Emmanuel Agba, senior lecturer in mechanical engineering, poses with his certification in the 3D printing lab in the basement of Sukup Hall on Feb. The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Iowa State University is a community of faculty, staff, students, and alumni—and industrial and governmental partners—working together to improve the state of Iowa and society in the broadest terms through mechanical engineering research, education, and service. The Department of Mechanical Engineering upholds the ideals of diversity and inclusion at our university. We welcome all students to learn to the best of their abilities on our campus in an environment free from racism, sexism, bigotry, harassment, and oppression. We uphold these ideals ourselves, and strongly encourage our colleagues across the university both to uphold these ideals, and to teach them when appropriate to our students as a way to move human society forward. Give us an eager mind and we will give you back a disciplined and qualified mind.

Iowa State’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers allows students to contribute to the mission “to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. And Iowa State NSBE members are taking that mission to new levels. A mechanical engineering faculty member recently received certification as a trainer in additive manufacturing. ME senior lecturer Emmanuel Agba completed a certification program offered by Stratasys, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of 3D printers and 3D production systems. A new research center at Iowa State is making new and innovative discoveries in one of the campus’s oldest buildings. Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education, also known as CoMFRE. What does a mechanical engineer do?

The Extension for Real Life Blog. Stuff that is good to know, nice to know, fun to know, or that you need to know. A teenage girl looks on as a doctor explains a chart in his hands. Tommy Cobb of Starkville, Mississippi, is mentoring a 2016 Rural Medical Scholars Program participant, Laura Olive of Summit, Mississippi. She is currently a pre-med student at Mississippi State University.