Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Student of the Month: Mason Tate #psuaged16 #teachag


Every month, we like to highlight students that have gone above and beyond in the Agriculture Education department! For this month, that student is the one and only Mason Tate!
Mason is a senior this year and is going to be student teaching at Lampeter-Strasburg in Lancaster, PA this spring! He has always had a deep passion for agriculture since he was young and continued his passion in high school when he took agriculture classes. He states “Agriculture classes are what molded me into who I am today.” Mason always brings a sense of fun and energy everywhere he goes. 

Mason involved in a wide variety of activities on campus including, a brother at Delta Theta Sigma, a member of the Agronomy Club, a member of Teach Ag! Society and Alpha Tau Alpha! In the future Mason hopes to become an Ag Teacher or an extension agent while running his own farm.
Want to know some fun facts about Mason? Check them out below!



Hometown: Athens, PA
Favorite PSU Class: Agronomy 435 Field Crop Management
Favorite place to eat in State College: DP Dough
Favorite hangout spot on campus: ASI Computer Lab
Other favorites: Hunting, Hamburgers, and of course, John Deere



If you see Mason on campus, don’t be afraid to stop and talk to him! His passion and personality shine no matter what the circumstance is! 


To learn more about starting on the path to having a career that makes a positive impact on the lives of students across the globe by becoming an agricultural educator, please contact the agricultural teacher education program at teachag@psu.edu. Follow us on Twitter at TeachAgPSU, on Facebook, or on our blog


Olivia Murphy-Sweet
Student Blogger
Teach Ag! Avenger
Twitter Handle @OSweetMurph
  2016 Agricultural Education Student Teacher
   




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