Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture

What's New in AMM

This page will contain the newest information concerning the AMM degree program and its activities.  Check back frequently for updates.  Pictures for previous events and activities are posted in the AMM Facebook page, Flickr photo albums and YouTube channel.

 The College of Ag Pumpkin Festival is coming  October 5-6, 2019.  It's a great event so come and visit the campus too.


This August we welcomed TWO new tenure track faculty members to the AMM department.

Dr. Seoha Min joined us as an Associate Professor after six years with the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.  Dr. Min’s current scholarly research is focused upon sustainable design practices and innovative technologies in apparel design. Dr. Min has taught a variety of apparel product development courses at the undergraduate level, including patternmaking, draping, digital textile and garment printing, and 3D prototyping technologies. 

 Dr. Helen Trejo joined us as an Assistant Professor after graduating with a Ph.D. from Cornell University in the spring. She teaches in the area of textiles and research. Her research interests include exploring the economic and technological intersections of fibers, fashion, and agriculture to support a local clothing and textiles economy, and fashion industry sustainability.

Master of Science in International Apparel Management

Starting Fall 2020

Applications for Fall 2020 entry open October 1, 2019.  For more information on the application process visit

Our new M.S. degree will provide students with a high-definition perspective on the emerging technologies, players, competitive processes, and consumer trends reshaping the global apparel sector, together with an advanced education in the analytical and management skills necessary to evaluate these dynamics and deploy effective solutions. 


Congratulations to 5 AMM students receiving $3,000 FIE scholarships for London Study Abroad 2020 - Chloe Foster, Yun Huang, Ashley Martinez, Jodee Ooi, and Hannah West

FIE is The Foundation for International Education.  They are our partner and service provider in London.  

The students applied in 3 pathways/categories listed below.  They were required to write an essay about the importance of the topic to them and how they believe that they can, as an individual, make change.  They were also required to present a letter of recommendation.


In memory of our late Chairman and FIE founder Sharif Rahman, the Sharif Rahman Memorial Scholarship program was established in 2003 for FIE students. Sharif was an international educator of the highest integrity whose vision and energy shaped the development of FIE and enriched the field of education abroad. 

Students can choose from three application routes:

Route 1: Diversity and Inclusivity; Challenges & Opportunities Faced by Underrepresented Groups

Route 2: Environmental Responsibility

Route 3: Charity & Community

These various pathways provide students with the opportunity to engage in meaningful cultural immersion and social responsibility projects and activities.

 While in London, the scholarship awardees will be matched with an FIE mentor and do special assignments that involve all London 2020 students in this project.