What is AESC?
The Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communications program (AESC) is in the UNL Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication (ALEC).
We now have an AESC Minor!
If you want a minor that will really be noticed by prospective employers, this is it!
Explore Our Program
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication is a versatile major that combines communications skills with science so you’ll be ready for many career options.
Strategic Discussions for Nebraska, "Nebraska’s Advantage: Productive Agriculture and Bountiful Natural Resources"
Strategic Discussions for Nebraska is a publication produced with the assistance of students enrolled in ALEC 480, the capstone course for AESC students. Students interview UNL faculty researchers, then write stories for the publication based on those interviews.
The goal is to explain scientific research clearly and accurately so a general audience can understand and trust the information.
History of AESC
Communicating agricultural information to Nebraskans was first mentioned in 1887. It’s even more important today – and that is why Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communications exists. It’s different now, but communicating for the public good remains the same.Read About Our History