Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack (center) with the winners of the Student Diversity Program, at the 2012 Agricultural Outlook Forum, âMoving Agriculture Forwardâ in Arlington, VA, on Thursday, February 23, 2012. In the photograph, front row, left to right, are Auburn University student Waudell Tucker, Jr.; University of Maryland student Lisa Purnell, St. Thomas University student Carlos Vazquez; Miami Dade Community College student Stephanie Diaz; Virginia State University student Joy Atkins; North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University student Amber Lassiter; Cornell University student Emmaline Long; University of Maryland student Charlotte Thompson; Texas A & M University student Joyce Ramirez and Middle Tennessee State University student Monica Adamson. In the middle row, left to right, are Prairie View A & M University student Ernest G. Branford, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University student Kaleigh Monroe; Oklahoma State University student Jason Harris; Alcorn State University student Neesh Tolliver; Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack; University of Maryland student Yuandong Qi; Southern Illinois University student Danielle Farley; University of Maryland student Crystal Francis; Texas State University student Marissa Martinez; Virginia State University student Antonio McLaren. In the back row, left to right, are Texas Tech University student Kevin Redwine; California Polytechnic State University student Joe Ruiz; South Dakota State University student Tyler Steinkamp; Oregon State University student Thomas Griffin; Northern Arizona University student Xavier Sanders; University of Arizona student Nicholas Camacho; and University of Maryland student Richard Stonebraker. USDA photo by Lance Cheung.
May 5, 2014
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