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LEADERSHIP

  • TEFERI TSEGAYE – ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT, DEAN, AND PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURE ADMINISTRATION AND LAND GRANT PROGRAMS
  • MAIFAN SILITONGA – ASSISTANT DEAN AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
  • KIRK W. POMPER – ASSOCIATE RESEARCH DIRECTOR AND PROFESSOR
  • JAVIETTE SAMUEL – ASSOCIATE EXTENSION ADMINISTRATOR AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

CONTACT

Cooperative Extension Facility
400 East Main Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
Telephone: (502) 597 – 6310
Fax: (502) 597 – 6127
E-mail:  geraldine.brown@kysu.edu

Web address:  http://kysu.edu/academics/cafsss/

OVERVIEW

The College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems (CAFSSS) works to uphold the mission of the University through its commitment to research, Extension, and teaching in the food and agricultural sciences. The College is organized around five divisions:

HISTORY/MISSION/PURPOSE

The College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems works to resolve agricultural, educational, economic, and social problems of the people of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, especially limited-resource persons and families. The various programs of the College are supported by federal and state funds. Each of the five Divisions works to fulfill the requirements of the Second Morrill Act of 1890 by advancing the three pillars of the land grant mission: Research,  Extension,  and  Teaching which  Land Grant programs nationwide were founded upon.

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