Ne bras k aCo l legeo f Tec hn ica l A gr ic u l t ure
A GG IE UP!
Inside this Issue:
PTK Blood Drive
Aggies Speak Out
Aggie of the
Aggie Up! Staff:
Co-Editor Aaron Couch,
Co-Editor Eric Reed,
Faculty Advisor Volume 3, Issue 13 April 18, 2011
New Associate Dean Appointed
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April, 201120 PTK Introduction Reception in Ag Hall at6:00 pm20 Speech Comedy Night in the Barn at 7:00 pm21 Student Steak Feed at 5:00 pm23 Shaggy Horse Show in Livestock TeachingCenter at 7:00 am25 West Central District Clover Challenge Event4-H Computer Contest at 4:30 pm29 Second Semester Finals begin30 Kevin Meyer Horsemanship Clinic in Live-stock Teaching Center at 7:00 amMay, 2011
4 Graduate Practice in the Barn at 6:30 pm4 2011 Awards Night Program in the Barn at7:30 pm5 Graduation at 1:30 pm6 Wallace 2nd and 3rd grade visit in VeterinaryHospital at 9:30 am12-13 Cow/Calf College in Livestock Teaching Cen-ter 8:00 am - 10:00 pm13-15 Sandhills Hunter/Jumper Association SpringClinic in Livestock Teaching Center at 5:00 pm
June, 201113 Summer Session Begins17 Last day to Drop a summer session course andreceive a 100% refund.
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Bose is Aggie of the Month
AndrewBose of Orleans, Neb., was namedthe NebraskaCollege of Tech-nical Agricul-ture’s “Aggie of the Month” for April 2011.EricReed, NCTA as-sistant professor,said Bose “hasmany admirablecharacteristics as a student. You can see in the quality of hiscourse work that he’s motivated to succeed. He is also veryrespectful to others.”Bose will receive an Associate of Science degree inveterinary technology from NCTA in August after he com- pletes an internship at a veterinary clinic during the summer.He plans to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine degree
classes at Oklahoma Panhandle State University in the fall.At NCTA, Bose works as a resident assistant in themen’s hall dormitory. He also participates in Student Techni-
serves in the student senate. He is a member of Phi ThetaKappa honor society.Bose is completing 21 credit hours but says he en- joys the work and likes doing anything related to animals. Inthe future, he wants to own a veterinary practice.
By Eric Reed, Faculty Advisor