Intended as a means to keep our loyal alumni up to date with the activities and accomplishments of the college and all of it's components, MomentUM actually appeals to a far broader audience. Insightfully written and beautifully photographed articles provide the reader with an entertaining and enlightening look at the impact AGNR has on Maryland every day.
Below is an archive of past issues.
Read about students who swim with sharks, conduct incredible research and commit their winter breaks to serving others.
The AGNR Academic Programs department presents the fall semester edition of Terp Tales, the newsletter highlighting accomplishments of AGNR students, faculty and staff. In this issue, learn about the public design workshops organized by Landscape Architecture graduate students, 2+2 students, this year's Philip Merrill Presidential Scholar, new staff and new website features.
ANSC – A Balanced Attack • Giving the Utmost to Undergrads • Being “Out in the Field” Fulfills Department and University Mission • Down on the (Campus) Farm • AGNR Alumni Awards Dinner • AG Day • Convocation • Graduation
AREC – From farm management to international recognition • AREC – Globally engaged teahing and reseraching • Dr. James Hanson, planting the seed • Crab Buy Back • Helping Presidents make Policy Decisions • AGNR Agricutural and Resource Economists • Join Forces to Study Land Use Policy
UM’s Veterinary Medicine Research • A Strategic Approach to Global Engagement • Maryland and Virginia have Innovative Partnership in Veterinary Medicine • Extending a Helping Hand Going Public With Veterinary Medicine
Fruit Seed Meal Formulation Achieves Patent • Abracadabra: Nanotechnology Conjures New Food Products • Thinking Outside the Lunch Box! • Connecting with the World - Inspiring Her Students • Dr. Pradham Brings New Focus to Food Safety Program • Lechlider Awarded AGNR Medallion of Excellence
Building a Top Rated Landscape Management Program • Major Move to Success • Graduate Enjoys Disney Design • Landscape Architecture Programs • An Integrative Study of Nitrogen Cycling and Storage in Poplar • Team Work will Benefit Specialty Crop Industry • Reorganization Enhances AGNR Plant Science Programs
Green Wall Plants and Structures Studied for Energy Savings • Dirt Doctor • A Greener Future • Taking a Bite Out of Mosquito Research • ENST Students Capture Essay Honors
Taking Aim Against Lyme Disease • Recent Grads Reflect on Education • Grow It Eat It • Pelicans Help Volunteerism Take Flight
Extension Educators Help Consumers Weather Economic Storms • Getting Soil Savvy • Urban Gardens Bring Nature’s Beauty and Bounty to Baltimore • Asian/American Educational Alliances
Lorikeets: An Issue of Iron Storage • Annie's Project: A Legacy of Love, a Program of Empowerment • Couple Studies Together, Achieves Together
On the Frontlines of Food Safety and Security • Sharing the Wealth • Still Working After All These Years • State Fair Scrapbook
Economics, Aquatic Style • Food Production without Pollution • Beauty without Pollution • Water Quality Trading • Preparing Students for Stewardship
Can Biofuels Fill the Void? • Taking Down Fences: Engaged University Bridges the Gap Between the University and Its Neighbors • Pageant Princesses Promote Agriculture
A Second Chance for Tobacco • Growing Grass for On-Farm Fuel • Red, White, and Hot • Exploring Exotic Edibles