Graduating Seniors Share Their CALS Experiences on Video

By Barb McBreen, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Communications Service, May 13, 2019

Graduating seniors took time from their busy schedules this spring to share their College of Agriculture and Life Sciences experience.

Payton Wise, animal science, says she was convinced she had the right major when she flipped a sheep her first day at

Amanda Crow, agricultural education and studies, talks about the support system she found in CALS at

Alex Brand, agricultural business, says CALS cultivates a culture of success at




Celeste Swanson, agricultural business and international ag, says she’s enjoyed all the opportunities at

Rebekah Sletten, agricultural business and international ag, said the opportunities in CALS helped her grow as a person at

Mason Lettinga, animal science, met industry professionals through campus and club events at

Aimee Schulz, genetics and agronomy, is thankful for everyone who helped her succeed at

Paulina Padron, animal science, shared how being a peer mentor in a learning community influenced her at

Brandon Hanson, agricultural business, says the skills he learned helped him land his dream job at

Megan Kemp, agronomy and global resource systems, says CALS helped her explore her culture and other cultures at

Amy Huynh, an environmental science, found a community of multicultural students who helped her feel at home at