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  • Thirty-two CASNR students honored as Dean’s Scholars Award winners

    Top academic standouts from Texas Tech’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources were recognized as Dean’s Scholars on Friday (Feb. 24) at a special ceremony held in the Southwest Collections’ Formby Room. The awards, funded by various donations to the college, are based on academic excellence as well as leadership, character and citizenship.

  • Texas Tech to host group of young African leaders starting in mid-June

    Texas Tech University has been selected as an Institute Partner for the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. Beginning in mid-June, the university will host 25 bright, emerging African leaders for a six-week academic and leadership institute sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.

  • CASNR presents Distinguished Alumni & Outstanding Young Alumni Awards

    Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources honored six distinguished alumni on Monday (Feb. 20) at the university’s McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center. The Distinguished Alumni & Outstanding Young Alumni Awards honor graduates who’ve made significant contributions to society, and whose accomplishments and careers have brought distinction to the college and to the professions […]

  • GALLERY: Crews lay groundwork for new sidewalks at Goddard Building

    February was filled with the pounding of jackhammers as construction crews began the task of replacing uneven sidewalks and disabled entry access areas on the east side of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources’ Goddard Building. Day-by-day the cement was splintered, loaded and taken away by a variety of compact bobcat skid steer […]

  • In Profile: Katelyn Keach drawn to CASNR’s inclusive, welcoming atmosphere

    Serving as a leader in the Texas Tech University community is not a new role for agriculture communications senior Katelyn Keach. The George West native has previously served as the president and social chair for Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow, Director of Public Relations for the Student Government Association, a member of the Agri-Techsan program, and […]

  • Academic Quadrathlon Team captures title at Southern Section Competition

    Texas Tech’s Department of Animal & Food Sciences has some of the most successful competitive teams in the United States. Now, the department is trying to add another. The Academic Quadrathlon team got its spring season off to a good start in just its second year of competition, winning the Southern Section AQ competition at […]

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Welcome to CASNR

If you’re exploring the possibility of an education in the field of agricultural sciences or natural resources, we’re excited about the possibility of you investigating Texas Tech. We have programs in CASNR which prepare young men and women to become leaders in the food, fiber, agriculture, renewable natural resources, or environmental disciplines. Our faculty and staff welcome your questions about CASNR and would invite you to our campus for a visit any time.

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  • Popcorn Pop-Ins
    • Mar. 7, 2-4 p.m., Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center (Goddard 108)
    • Apr. 12, 2-4 p.m., Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center (Goddard 108)
  • Ag Olympics, Apr. 9, 2 p.m. AFS Livestock Arena
  • Ag Awareness Week, Apr. 18-20
  • Ag Honors Banquet, Apr. 20, 6:30 p.m., McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center

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Get to know the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Within the six departments in CASNR, we offer 11 baccalaureate degrees, as well as 11 masters programs and six doctoral programs; all with options aimed to meet the career goals and aspirations of individuals who desire to work in a variety of jobs.

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We believe that Texas Tech is a campus of opportunity. Students who become Red Raiders have the opportunity to grow, learn and develop leadership skills, and CASNR graduates continue to be a testimony to our success. We value and appreciate this opportunity to be part of your legacy.

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