A Sneak Peek at What’s To Come…

Written by Jordan Dunn, Editor in Chief. 

Now that Summer has officially been set in motion for Cal Poly students, I’d like to take this time to welcome in the 2014-2015 Brock Center Associates and let you all know what to expect from us this summer!

As you may have seen on our facebook page recently, we have two new associates coming to us in the Brock Center this year: Harrison Reilly and Katie Roberti!

Along with Harrison and Katie, we have Jordan Dunn (myself) and Kenna Lewis who are both returning from last year’s Brock team. All four Associates are 3rd year agricultural communication majors, and very involved in clubs within the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences. Each of us brings something different to the table, in terms of experience and skills, which should make for a great team!

Harrison Reilly, Katie Roberti, Jordan Dunn and Kenna Lewis.
Harrison Reilly, Katie Roberti, Jordan Dunn and Kenna Lewis.

 

Now onto the fun stuff, let’s take a sneak peek at what we have coming this summer!

In terms of summer blogs, we will have one post from each of the Brock Associates on an agricultural topic that we are experiencing this summer – whether it be through an internship or personal experience. We also have a blog post planned to feature the Midstate Fair, and a “Live Blog” of our trip with the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow to the 2014 Agricultural Media Summit in Indianapolis, Indiana.

If you have a great idea for any other blog posts that just can’t wait for Fall, you can send me an email at jndunn@calpoly.edu to fill me in!

We look forward to keeping you all updated with interesting reads, and starting our work on the next issue of the Ag Cirlce magazine this fall. Stay tuned!


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