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Meet our Student Entrepreneurs
Our current and former students are talented innovators and entrepreneurs taking on the capstone course AGEC 425 with force and determination. Browse our blog to meet some of the grinders and survivors who have paved the way and gained professional expertise from their time as a student in our program.
Chappell Hollingshead ’21 engraves company’s plans for prosperity
About Chappell Chappell Hollingshead ’21 is an agricultural economics major from San Antonio, Texas. She…
Andrew Ehrlich ’22 pioneers forestry business in East Texas
About Andrew Andrew Ehrlich ’22 is an agricultural economics-rural entrepreneurship major from Lufkin, Texas. He…
José Contreras ’22 designs arenas to build world champions
About José José Contreras ’22 is an animal science major with a minor in agribusiness…
Former Student Stories
Our former students are talented innovators and entrepreneurs. Browse our blog to meet some of the former grinders and survivors who have paved the way and gained professional expertise from their time as a student in our program.
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Agribusiness Entrepreneurship in the News
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences helping develop entrepreneurs
At Texas A&M, the Rister ’74 Agribusiness Entrepreneurship program uniquely equips and positions both rural and metropolitan entrepreneurs, inviting them to “Dare to Soar” with their own entrepreneurial aspirations.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences creates customized professional development
Texas A&M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is launching a new office for student professional development, where all undergraduate and professional graduate students may enrich their education and competitiveness in the marketplace through unique and targeted academic programming.
Read more news from the Dianne and M. Edward Rister ’74 Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program