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U.S. Rep. Mel Watt and SAES Students and Faculty
U.S. Rep. Mel Watt recently visited with the SAES's dean, Dr. Bill Randle; Dr. Ralph Noble, chair of the Dept. of Animal Sciences; Larry Hartsfield, A&T’s USDA liaison officer; and the SAES’s 1890 scholars. The SAES's eight 1890 Scholars are getting full tuition and fees from USDA — and summer employment with a USDA agency — as they work toward their bachelor’s degrees.

The current roster of USDA 1890 Scholars at the SAES is:
• Leyonce Moses, a senior agribusiness major
• Leah Marshall, a senior biological engineering major
• Lea Claye, a junior food and nutrition major
• Canisha Turner, a sophomore agribusiness major
• Catherine Wills, sophomore horticulture major
• Amber Brown, freshman horticulture major
• Lauren Parker, a freshman ag. education major
• Jasmine Scott, a freshman ag. education major

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