Center for Viticultural Sciences
The mission of the Center for Viticultural Sciences and Small Fruit Research is to conduct research and provide service and support that will help the viticulture industry in Florida to become a viable industry (Florida Viticulture Policy Act, 1978).
Advances in both veterinary medicine technology and technique are the fuel firing the increased demand for well-trained individuals to work as veterinary technologists.
About The USDA / 1890 Program
The USDA/1890 Program seeks to attract diverse students into careers in agriculture and related fields as well as to foster the sharing of expertise and resources in agricultural research, extension and teaching programs, technology development, limited-resource farmers and minority farmer programs, and rural development programs. The program also seeks to increase the involvement of the 1890 Land-Grant Institutions and Tuskegee University in the delivery of USDA programs.
For more information on the USDA 1890 Program and its National Scholars Program at Florida A&M University, please contact:
Belinda Bell, USDA/1890 Program Manager
Florida A&M University, College of Agriculture and Food Sciences
1740 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Perry-Paige Bldg., Rm. 303-North
Tallahassee, FL 32307
USDA 1890 National Scholars Program information and application:
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For additional questions regarding the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program, please contact:
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration
Office of Advocacy and Outreach
1400 Independence Ave., S.W., Stop 0170
Washington, DC 20250
Telephone Number: (202) 205-4307
Fax Number: (202) 720-7136
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