Advancing Knowledge Through Turfgrass Center Research – Unruh-Snyder

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Have you ever considered a turfgrass program for the high school student in your family? Crop and Soil Sciences faculty Dr. Lori Unruh-Snyder has developed several opportunities for your student that will introduce them to opportunities in turfgrass science. One of these is a Turfgrass Academy, which is a multi-day resident program designed for students to interact with NC State’s faculty and students at our facilities. These programs also provide information related to applying to NC State. Look for more information on the 2020 Turfgrass Academy this spring or for more information contact: Lori Unruh-Snyder (lori_snyder@ncsu.edu).

Turf Academy

Turf Academy 2019