The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Association (CANRAA) promotes and supports the CANR.
The CANRAA does the following:
- Fosters a fraternal spirit among the alumni of the CANR;
- Promotes and supports the CANR among current and prospective students, fellow alumni and other stakeholders of the college;
- Offers opportunities to network with and learn from our outstanding faculty and other alumni; and
- Supports CANR students through the Distinguished Undergraduate Scholarships program.
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2021 CANR Golfing for Scholarships event raises $7,500 for CANR scholarships, student activities and alumni programs
Published on June 23, 2021
The 2021 CANR Golfing for Scholarships virtual event was held June 8-21, 2021. Thanks to our golfers and sponsors, $7,500 was raised for the ANR Alumni Association Scholarship Fund, CANR student activities and alumni programs!
Published on June 15, 2021
Christie Bahlai shares how her entomology research and connections made as an MSU postdoc have contributed to work honored with a National Science Foundation early-career award.
Published on May 24, 2021
Deepa shares what makes her work as a farmer and educator meaningful.
BHEARD Scholar one of 25 top women behind agriculture sector growth, reforms and transformation in Kenya
Published on May 3, 2021
Dr. Shibia, BHEARD scholar who graduated at Texas Tech University in Agriculture and Applied Economic is one of 25 women behind Agriculture sector growth, reforms and transformation by the government of Kenya nominated by the government of Kenya.
Published on April 20, 2021
Despite COVID-19 constraints, students receive in-person experience during the spring 2021 semester at golf courses around the country while taking online classes.
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