About the College
The College of Agriculture, Food Science and Sustainable Systems is comprised of five departments. They are:
- Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Environmental Studies and Sustainable Systems
- Food and Animal Science
- Family and Consumer Science
Provide excellence in teaching, research, and extension in agriculture, food and family sciences, and sustainable systems.
To be an innovative college developing and facilitating experiential learning opportunities for students, individuals, and families to make local, national, and global communities more sustainable.
To deliver nationally recognized and stakeholder-driven programs by:
- retaining and attracting highly qualified faculty and staff;
- offering undergraduate and graduate academic degrees;
- attracting, retaining, and graduating a diverse student body;
- providing research and training
- delivering extension and outreach
- building infrastructure; and
- developing local, regional, national, and international collaborations.
Kirk W. Pomper, PhD
Interim Director of Land Grant Programs
Professor – Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Cooperative Extension Building 217