Dalton John Heath

Spring 2020 Graduate

Degree: Associate of Applied Science

Major(s):  Agribusiness Management, Field Crops Technology, and General Agriculture -with Honors

Graduate: Spring 2020

How are you planning to use your degree?

I am going to apply my knowledge back at the farm

List clubs, activities, or groups you participated in while in school.

  • DTA

Whom do you want to thank?

All of my professors

What is the best thing about studying at NC State and the Agricultural Institute?

That I was actually able to learn what I am interested in

My Academic Advisor:

Dr. Melissa Hendrickson

Dr. Amy Johnson

Hometown and Homestate:

Pittsboro, NC

 


Comments from Advisor

NAME:  Dr. Amy Johnson

Dalton,
Congratulations on this momentous achievement. I bet you didn’t think it would ever come, especially this last semester. But you should be proud of yourself for reaching this milestone…I certainly am. I know for a fact that you won’t regret having this degree as it will only open doors for you. I hope you look back on your time in the AGI with fondness and that you learned a little something about agriculture. More importantly, I hope you learned about yourself and what you do and don’t want in your life. Remember what I always say, don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Learning what doesn’t work for you is just as important as learning what does.
I hate that your last semester was interrupted by all this, but at least there weren’t zombies, right?? I wish you all the best with everything and if there’s anything I can ever help you, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. Maybe I’ll see you around in good ole Pittsboro.

NAME: Dr. Melissa Hendrickson

Congratulations Dalton! You have done remarkably well in the Agricultural Institute. I know you will continue to put your best foot forward.


Comments from friends and family

NAME:  Ms. Erin Meachum

Congrats Dalton!  It was great having you in WRT.

NAME:  Mr. Gary Gregory

Congratulations Dalton

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