The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) fosters a culture where every member of the community feels values, supported and inspired to achieve individual and common goals with an uncommon will.
The You Belong Here initiative is supported by the CANR and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI).
Supporting a sense of belonging
You Belong Here ways to connect include:
- Take a photo by the You Belong Here door.
- Nominate faculty and staff members for You Belong Here Champion Award.
- Participate in Intercultural CANR events and learn about the initiative.
Celebrating Women in Science at Our Table
MSU AgBioResearch and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources celebrated women in STEM fields at the February Our Table event. The panelists and attendees discussed ways to grow and advocate for women and underrepresented groups moving forward.
MENTORING THE FUTURE
Leading the Way
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, through several different programs, works to mentor beginning faculty, young alumni and students. In this video, you’ll meet a student, Ty’Carria, who is studying fisheries and wildlife; and Alexis Horton, who works with the Department of Natural Resources. Both women are benefitting from mentorship opportunities provided through the college’s Multicultural Apprenticeship Program, a summer program for high school students in Michigan.LEARN MORE
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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources extends special recognitions for diversity, equity and inclusion
Published on May 5, 2021
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