I am very pleased to welcome you to the College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems (CAFSSS) at Kentucky State University (KSU). KSU is a relatively small institution with a very rich history, including more than 125 years as a public, comprehensive land-grant institution. Read more.
About Dr. Tsegaye
An Environmental Soil Physicist by training, Teferi D. Tsegaye is a leader in teaching, research, and outreach activities. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Oklahoma State University and Ph.D. from University of Maryland. Prior to becoming the Associate Vice President for Agricultural Administration and Land Grant Programs and the Dean of Kentucky State University’s College of Agriculture, Food Science & Sustainable Systems, Dr. Tsegaye was a full professor, a center director and a department head at Alabama A&M University. Dr. Tsegaye is a recipient of several awards including: Fellow American Society of Agronomy, Fellow Soil Science Society of America, Fellow Food System leadership Institute, and B. D. Mayberry Young Scientist Award.