Paul Schattenberg

Paul is a communications and media relations specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Communications. Based in San Antonio, Paul is responsible for writing advances, news releases and feature stories for Texas A&M AgriLife agencies, as well as providing any media relations support needed.

All posts by Paul Schattenberg

May 27, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Corpus Christi celebrates 50 years serving Coastal Bend

Anniversary event highlights past, present, future regional impacts

May 24, 2024

Texas 4-H Roundup ‘ignites’ June 3-6 in College Station 

Texas 4-H Youth Development program full of scholarships, competitions, workshops and service projects

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May 24, 2024

Gov. Abbott appoints Texas A&M expert to Texas Radiation Advisory Board

Pillai selected for his research, application of electron beam technology  

Peter Omara, Ph.D., in white shirt standing in a field at the AgriLife center in Weslaco

May 17, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Weslaco adds soils specialist

Peter Omara brings extensive experience in agronomic outreach and application

May 8, 2024

Pillai named 2024 Institute of Food Technologists Fellow

May 8, 2024

New Texas A&M report gives insights on future beef, pork, chicken prices

Department of Agricultural Economics report will help consumers budget for meats

May 7, 2024

Department of Hospitality, Hotel Management and Tourism signs memorandum of understanding with Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center

New HMGT internship program with will provide students with unique paid experiential learning opportunities  

May 6, 2024

Texas A&M Department of Nutrition researchers target chronic kidney disease  

Texas A&M Department of Nutrition scientists investigate role of active vitamin D in preterm infant kidney development

May 3, 2024

AgriLife Extension team wins two awards for ‘Where’s the Beef?’ project

Extension Risk Management Education awards honor Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service team’s unique work on direct meat sales.

May 1, 2024

Applications open for BattleGround to Breaking Ground Cohort 16      

Program designed for veterans, active-duty military and beginning farmers, ranchers

April 24, 2024

Texas 4-H wraps current, former military members in Quilts of Valor

Ongoing project through Under Our Wings incorporates sewing skills with military appreciation  

April 16, 2024

Wheat leaf rust and stripe rust an emerging problem statewide

Texas Crop and weather Report – April 23, 2024

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April 12, 2024

Economists unique expertise to benefit important target audiences in Texas

Halliwell and Wang bring experience in personal finance, sustainable practices to Texas A&M Department of Agricultural Economics

April 10, 2024

Texas A&M students lend their expertise to solar eclipse watch party in Bryan

Department of Hospitality, Hotel Management and Tourism collaboration with Destination Bryan results in unique event   

April 5, 2024

Landscaping to help protect from wildfires

Texas A&M AgriLife experts offer guidance on creating a more fire-wise landscape

Peaches hanging on a tree. Fruit growers in most areas of the state are optimistic chill hours and other conditions are favorable for this year’s fruit crop.

April 3, 2024

Texas fruit growers cautiously optimistic about yields

Texas Crop and Weather Report - April 2, 2024

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March 22, 2024

4-H program looking for families to open their hearts and homes

States’ 4-H International Exchange Program seeking host families for Japanese youth from July 24-Aug. 17

March 21, 2024

Texas A&M students let their imaginations roam free during Disney Week

Hospitality, Hotel Management and Tourism students learn ‘the Disney way’ through trainings at Disney Imagination Campus

March 20, 2024

Spring is the time for Texans to ‘two-step’ toward fire ant control                      

AgriLife Extension method is a safe, effective way to manage imported red fire ants

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March 15, 2024

New agricultural economist at Texas A&M AgriLife center in San Angelo

Wright will serve production agriculture with market trends, logistics and more.