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When it comes to Turfgrass Management, first-year IAA student Michael Cariello has deep family roots. The 18-year-old Fallston, Maryland, resident hopes to someday follow in his father’s footsteps (...
Forty miles from Washington DC in Loudoun County VA, a new development named Willowsford is being built. So what? That’s nothing new. Ah, but this one is unique and has ties to the IAA. The...
The sixth annual Dr. Ronald J. Seibel Scholarship proved to be competitive this year with 17 individuals applying. Scott Hosier, a second-year golf course management major, received the Seibel...
Have you read the latest publication of Inagnews? Want to learn what's happening at IAA? Want to meet our class of 2012? What happened at Teach Ag Day? Who was Dr. Mathias chasing with the bullhorn?...
Is it possible to turn your knowledge of golf course greens into green power? Ask Jim Kelley, class of 1982, who moved from a career in golf course management to President and Co-Owner KW Solar...
The Institute of Applied Agriculture is proud to welcome three new faculty. Nina LaTassa, Tony Pagnotti and Ed Priola will be teaching Oral Communication (INAG110).
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IAA second-year student Cody Cashman simply can’t do enough of a good thing. The 20-year-old agribusiness major and former 4-H fanatic set so many goals for himself during his summer 2012 internship...
First Row: Tom Walsh, Ricardo Quijada, Tom Turi, Corey Walker, Kevin Mathias. Second Row: Mark Dupack, RJ Crow, Matt Park, Scott Hosier, Ryland "Chappy" Chapman. Third Row: Ken Ingram, Dave Thomas,...
This summer the IAA Teaching Garden had the privelege to host Terp Quest Summer Camp participants. Terpquest students got their hands dirty and learned about agriculture. Ellen and Public Health...
Ten minutes before the sound of the shotgun, a creaking microphone noise broadcasted over the golf course and Dr. Kevin Mathias asked, “Testing, can you hear me?” After affirmation from someone...
The Institute of Applied Agriculture invites you to read "The Prince and The Pauper" article featured in the MTC TurfNews publication. The article goes in depth about the latest sports turf...
Beginning this Fall 2012, INAG 123 may now be taken by students throughout campus as an elective course and also counts toward a sustainability minor. To learn more visit: https://iaa.test/programs/...

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