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Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Student of the Month: Kurtis Miller @skurtains
Every month, we like to highlight students that have gone above and beyond in the Agriculture Education department! In November, we are proud to share some stories and accomplishmentsMr.Kurtis Miller!
Kurtis is a Sophomore majoring in Agricultural and Extension Education with a minor in International Agriculture. His passion for teaching agriculture developed with his interest of learning how to increase food security and agricultural literacy. Kurtis wants to create positive change, "Poverty and hunger are two things that I want to see eradicated; while that may be a loafty goal, it is something I will strive towards learning more about in school, and what I hope to contribute to in my professional career." This determination has brought many opportunities for Kurtis at Penn State to grow in effective teaching and technical agricultural skills to use to teach in developing countries.
During Kutris's first year at University Park campus, he has taken an active role in CFFA, Poultry Science Club, Rainbow Roundtable, and is already serving as President for Students Cultivating Change a club he co-founded this fall. Kurtis has much ambition to participate in many activites our clubs, department, and college provide. He has many accomplishments, and will contiue to do more throughout the rest of his time at Penn State.
Kurtis is a great student and leader. Congratulations Kurtis for being November’s Student of the Month!
Want to know some fun facts about Kurtis? Check them out below!
Hometown: Honey Brook, PA
Graduation Year: 2019
Birthday: March 22, 1994
Favorite PSU Class: INTAG 100
Favorite place to eat in State College: Cozy Thai
Favorite hangout on campus: ASI Building (I'm always there studying or doing homework)
If you would like to read more about Kurtis, connect with him via Twitter: @skurtains
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