Maggie Berger

Maggie Berger is a marketing strategist for Texas A&M AgriLife. She is responsible for department websites, social media platform management, external communications and writing news releases and feature articles.

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September 11, 2023

First class of Dean’s Excellence Scholars announced

September 11, 2023

First class of Dean’s Excellence Scholars announced

Largest scholarship campaign in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences history celebrates first recipients

August 17, 2023

Board of Regents approve Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center construction

Domestic animal reproductive biology and technology focus of new state-of-the-art facility

August 4, 2023

Southwest Meat Association scholarships awarded to Texas A&M students

$38,500 awarded to students during annual convention

August 4, 2023

Former student cultivates key role in Texas cotton production

McKnight goes from education as an agronomy student to educating as state cotton specialist

July 13, 2023

Former student coordinates annual presidential turkey pardon, promotes industry

Summer internship, passion for poultry leads to a career in legislative affairs

July 6, 2023

Increasing the decision-making ability in plant breeding

Student-turned-researcher hopes to advance crop production and efficiency through high-throughput phenotyping and genomics

June 15, 2023

‘Family feel’ attracts poultry science graduate to program

T.J. Klein credits time in the department with leading to unexpected career, family

June 8, 2023

Finding their joy

Third-generation farming couple memorialize grandson, help future Aggies through endowed scholarship

May 26, 2023

Anthrax: A concern for herbivores

Veterinary diagnostic experts answer commonly asked questions about anthrax in bovines, equines, etc.

May 19, 2023

Judging team participation leads to unexpected career for poultry graduate

Jacob Price expected to join the poultry industry after he graduated, fate had other plans

May 12, 2023

Chance encounter leads to public health doctorate, career with CDC

Former food science and technology student shares his path from student to microbiologist

May 3, 2023

Finding a home in the world of microbial food safety

Food science professor, researcher focuses on preventing bacterial pathogens on food

April 28, 2023

Curiosity and interest in food science spark career path

Department provides supportive atmosphere for students to find their passion

April 20, 2023

Values, skills learned as a poultry science student led to success in animal health industry

Numbers drew Shannon Kellner ’97 to the department, educational value made him stay

April 19, 2023

Texas Master Naturalist organization a ‘natural’ fit for new Texas resident

Texas transplant volunteers to help community, environment while learning about her new home

cattle, red Angus calf, livestock

April 12, 2023

Strengthening sustainable livestock systems through animal science

State-of-the-art facility to improve reproductive strategies, impact industry through innovative technologies in field and classroom

April 5, 2023

Texas Master Gardener volunteer finds purpose in serving community

Helping others through gardening, horticulture her passion for over 30 years

April 4, 2023

5 tips to raise happy, healthy baby chicks

Set yourself and your backyard chickens up for success by doing your homework before buying chicks this spring

March 30, 2023

Poultry science professor finds niche in commercial duck research

Researcher focuses on applied methods to help industry modernize and grow