Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Sciences with an Agronomic Science concentration
Advisor: Dr. Bob Patterson
Agronomy Club Scholarship
Delta Pine and Land Company (2 Years)
Fike-Chapin Agronomy Club and Crop Science Incentive Award Scholarship
NC Soybean Producers Association Annual Scholarship Award
I plan to use my degree to:
Because of the unpredictable circumstances due to the COVID-19, I will continue to look for employment in Agricultural Biotechnology, aspects that pertain to plant breeding, or similar occupations. I am also continually thinking about the possibility of graduate school in similar studies relative to my undergraduate degree or other realms of interest. I plan to pursue graduate school sooner rather than later.
What I enjoyed most about my experience at NC State was:
During my time at NC State, I greatly enjoyed being able to fellowship with many like-minded individuals who spent a majority of their time in Williams Hall. Being a lifetime NC State fan, I will never forget my times being able to support the Pack through their athletic program as a student.
While earning my degree, my greatest supporters were:
My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, my parents: Dewitt and Lynn Hardee, My sister: Melanie Hardee, my roommates: Kristofer Blankenship and Mason Shaw, the plant and soil science undergraduate professors and advisors, and many other family members from whom I sought guidance and support.
Now that I have completed the program, I’m most looking forward to:
Now that I have completed the program, I am most looking forward to graduating with my Bachelor’s degree in Plant and Soil Science. I hope with this degree I will be able to make a positive impact on the lives of others throughout my career. I plan to continue understanding more about this realm of study by applying what I have learned in the classroom at NC State to what my future job entitles me to do. I look forward to believing that I’m ready for the next milestone in my life and enjoying the experiences that go along with it.
Messages for Jonathan Hardee
Man, you can’t be graduating already. We are going to miss your around the department and in the Agronomy Club. Please let us know what you are up to following graduation!
Dr. E – Keith Edmisten