99th Little International Honored Agriculturalist
For his commitment to SDSU, its students, and the agriculture industry, the late Don Marshall has been selected as the 99th Little International Honored Agriculturalist. From Extension Beef Cattle Specialist to vice provost for undergraduate education, Dr. Marshall has served in a variety of roles at SDSU since starting his career here in 1984, including holding the position of Little “I” advisor from 1999-2002."
“Dr. Marshall cared deeply about SDSU students, and he was always filled with joy when seeing them succeed in all aspects of student life,” said SDSU provost and vice president of academic affairs Dennis Hedge.
“Don understood the tremendous value of student organizations and activities to student development and success, which is why Little ‘I’ meant so much to him. Little ‘I’ is a showcase of what Don dedicated his professional life to doing.”
Dr. Marshall’s family will be recognized at Little “I” on Saturday, April 2, prior to round-robin.