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  • Fiber & Biopolymer Research Institute receives Walmart Foundation Grant

    The Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute (FBRI) at Texas Tech University has received a grant of almost $275,000 from the Walmart Foundation that will extend crucial research being conducted to improve the safety and efficiency of indigo dying of cotton yarns.

  • Texas Tech’s Eduardo Segarra to receive SAEA lifetime achievement award

    Eduardo Segarra, a veteran professor, administrator and agricultural economist with Texas Tech University’s Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, is set to receive the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, one of the organization’s highest honor.

  • ‘Between Earth and Sky’ chosen for prestigious film festival in nation’s capital

    A film produced by a Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources administrator and soil science professor has been selected for a prestigious national film festival. “Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier” has been chosen for screening at the 2017 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. The festival is […]

  • GALLERY: Bayer Plant Science Building tower takes shape behind scaffolding

    As temperatures seem to roller coaster throughout the winter season, construction crews put scaffolding in place and begin the complex task of positioning the weighty pieces that make the new two-story tower’s facade going up just outside Texas Tech’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Dean’s Office on the northwest corner of the Goddard building.

  • Texas Alliance for Water Conservation’s Water College set for Jan. 18

    Connecting today’s producers and crop consultants with the latest in irrigation technology and research is the focus of the Texas Alliance for Water Conservation’s ‘Water College’ on Wednesday (Jan. 18) at Lubbock’s Memorial Civic Center (1501 Mac Davis Lane).

  • Alexandra Calle joins Texas Tech’s Department of Animal and Food Sciences

    Alexandra Calle, an expert in food microbiology and food safety systems, has been named a research assistant professor in Texas Tech University’s Department of Animal and Food Sciences, according to officials within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. She officially stepped into her new research post on Jan. 1.

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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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  • Winter Welcome (4 p.m.) featuring Mr. CASNR (6 p.m.), Feb. 15, SUB Matador Room
  • Popcorn Pop-Ins
    • Feb. 8, 2-4 p.m., Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center (Goddard 108)
    • 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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