The School of Agribusiness and Agriscience (ABAS) has made significant progress in the last five years. We have grown from 331 to 535 students. We have added a horse science M.S. degree program. We have completed a $4.4 million farm laboratory development program that includes a state-of-the-art dairy. We've updated the curriculum in many areas, rejuvenated the Ag Alumni organization, more than doubled the number of scholarships we offer and begun an impressive international program. There's more, but you get the idea.
Many of the ideas that have been implemented were suggested by alumni in a survey we conducted five years ago. Now we need to think about the future. Where are we going from here, and how do we get there? We had a recent faculty retreat to focus on our direction for the future, and now we want alumni input. We only have a few questions. Thank you for your participation.