College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
TTU Home CASNR Home NewsCenter Home

Bernard Rollin lecture, honors banquet highlight CASNR Awareness Week

Bernard Rollin lecture, honors banquet highlight CASNR Awareness Week

Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources kicks off its annual ‘Agriculture and Natural Resources Awareness Week’ on Tuesday (Apr. 22) with a number of events and activities planned throughout the week to showcase the college’s departments and student organizations to the campus community.  more »

 

CASNR faculty, staff recognized for years of service at Frazier Alumni Pavilion

CASNR faculty, staff recognized for years of service at Frazier Alumni Pavilion

Texas Tech University recognized 31 outstanding faculty and staff members with the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources today (April 3) with recognition of their length of service to the university community. The awards ceremony was held at Tech’s Frazier Alumni Pavilion.  more »

 

CASNR hosts renowned bioethicist; Bernard Rollin to discuss animal ethics

CASNR hosts renowned bioethicist; Bernard Rollin to discuss animal ethics

One of the nation’s groundbreaking bioethicists, Bernard Rollin, will be a featured speaker on Tuesday (April 22) at 6 p.m. in Texas Tech University’s International Cultural Center. Hosted by Tech’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Agricultural Awareness Week, admission to the animal rights and animal consciousness presentation is free and open to the public.  more »

 

Tech regents announce promotions for almost a dozen CASNR faculty members

Tech regents announce promotions for almost a dozen CASNR faculty members

The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents approved the academic advancement of eleven leading College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources faculty members during their latest meeting (Feb. 28) in Lubbock.  more »

 

Impasse Ends; Farm Bill forum set for Tech’s International Cultural Center

Impasse Ends; Farm Bill forum set for Tech’s International Cultural Center

An overview of the major changes in crop and conservation policies incorporated in the latest $956 billion Farm Bill is the focus of a special forum at 2 p.m. Monday (Mar. 24) at Texas Tech’s International Cultural Center. Sponsored by the Texas Tech’s Center for Agricultural Technology Transfer, Plains Cotton Growers Inc., and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension-Lubbock County, the free meeting is open to the general public.  more »

 

Aggie of the Month – February 2014

Aggie of the Month – February 2014

Name: Garrett Couts; Major: agricultural communications; Classification: Senior; Organization: Collegiate FFA; Hometown: Pampa; Month: February 2014  more »

 

Former CASNR dean, noted USAID agronomist Anson Bertrand dead at 91

Former CASNR dean, noted USAID agronomist Anson Bertrand dead at 91

Anson Bertrand, a well-known college professor and administrator who later became assistant director of Food and Agriculture for U.S. Agency for International Development in Washington, died Tuesday, February 18, in Augusta, Georgia. He was 91.  more »