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  • Audrie Adams works as an intern at a kayak outfitting business

    2019 CSUS Student Photo Contest

    Published on September 9, 2019

    Did you take great photos during your job, internship, study abroad, or research this summer? We'd love to see them! Share your photos to be entered into a random drawing for a CSUS t-shirt.

  • Karim Maredia

    CANR names new leader of international programs

    Published on May 20, 2019

    Karim Maredia has been named a senior global scholar and the director of agriculture and natural resources international programs in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

  • CANR names 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award winners

    Published on April 22, 2019

    AFRE Associate Professor Brent Ross receives the 2019 CANR Excellence in Teaching Established Teacher Award. Community Sustainability Assistant Professor Aaron McKim receives the 2019 CANR Excellence in Teaching New Teacher Award.

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources Week begins March 1

    Published on February 21, 2019

    Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) Week will kick off March 1 at Michigan State University. ANR Week has served as a platform for enterprising new developments in agriculture and natural resources in Michigan since 1914.

  • Michelle Rutty

    Exploring how climate change will reshape the tourism industry

    Published on January 1, 2019

    Michelle Rutty, an assistant professor of sustainable tourism at MSU, works to understand how decisions related to natural resources, including climate change, influence the sustainability of the recreation and tourism sectors.

  • Congratulations to Noleen Chikowore

    Published on August 23, 2018

    Congratulations to Noleen Chikowore for earning travel funds to attend the Emerging Engagement Scholars Workshop

  • Paul B. Thompson

    GMOs: A surrogate for the debate about agriculture?

    Published on August 15, 2018

    Perceptions of the agricultural and food industries, trends in higher education, questions around research funding, political leanings and socioeconomic factors can also play a part in public concern over GMOs.

  • John Kerr and Kimberly Chung.

    Faculty gift honors family commitment to higher education

    Published on May 14, 2018

    John Kerr and Kimberly Chung, faculty members in the Department of Community Sustainability, have given a $375,000 gift to create a teaching assistantship named in honor of John's parents, Malcolm and Ann Kerr.

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