Taylor Scott

Taylor Scott is a master’s student from Artesia, New Mexico. He used to bleed orange for the Artesia bulldogs, but now crimson and white flow through his veins. Taylor is studying Agriculture Communications and plans to graduate in 2025. He is a Graduate Teaching Assistant for ACOM 1110 Introduction to Agriculture Communication as well as ACOM 1130G- Effective Leadership and Communication in Agriculture. The research interest he is pursuing is the mental health of farmers. Throughout his research, he hopes to be a strong voice for farmers. You can always find Scotty outside throughout the day whether it’s working with livestock, hunting, or fishing. His desire to inspire those in the agriculture field is his fuel to always put his best foot forward and what drives him to be successful.

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Taylor Scott headshot. He is wearing a red shirt with white writing on the right front chest. He is in front of green foliage.

Taylor Scott
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Office Location: GTH 162
Email: tscott42@nmsu.edu