Linnea Langusch Joins Agricultural Communications Faculty
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
STILLWATER, Okla. – The Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership is pleased to welcome Linnea Langusch as a lecturer in agricultural communications.
Langusch is from Waterford, Wis., and she received her bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is also a recent graduate of OSU’s agricultural communications master’s degree program. Langusch teaches AGCM 3202: Oral Communications in Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
“When I learned the position would be opening after I graduated, it was a no-brainer,” Langusch said. “I've been a TA for this class for the past two years as a graduate student, and through that time I've enjoyed teaching, helping students, and watching students learn, grow, and stretch their comfort zones throughout the semester.”
The course helps students across the Ferguson College of Agriculture understand and apply oral communications skills used in the dissemination of information related to agricultural sciences and natural resources, and related topics.
“I am excited to stay in this awesome department and get to know new students and help them expand on their communication skills,” Langusch said. “Over the past two years, I've learned so much through this class, and I'm excited to help my students do the same.”
The agricultural communications program at OSU is among the largest and most prestigious in the nation. The program is housed in the OSU Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership and combines courses in communication and agriculture to prepare graduates who can communicate about complex issues in agriculture, food and the environment.
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