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CAHNR in the news

May 17, 2019

Oregon State University newsroom reported highlighted research of juvenile northern red-legged frogs. Climate-related stress puts the frogs’ survival at risk. Department of Natural Resources and the Environment Assistant Professor Anita Morzillo, who is a former faculty member at Oregon State University (OSU), is part of the study. Morzillo’s graduate student, Evan Bredeweg, is lead author […]

Awards and achievements in CAHNR

May 17, 2019

Agricultural and resource economics graduate student Thomas P Krumel Jr was selected as the recipient of the 2019 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) Teaching-Learning-Communication (TLC) section graduate student teaching award. This criterion-based award is “to recognize and encourage graduate students who excel in teaching agricultural or applied economics courses,” according to the TLC webpage. […]

Meet alumna Elizabeth Johnson

May 15, 2019

Elizabeth Johnson came to the Department of Animal Science as a graduate student to work with barn animals and add research experience to her credentials. Knowing how selective veterinary medicine programs are, she wanted to find a way to distinguish herself from other applicants. She succeeded by researching a plant-derived microbial treatment to prevent illness […]

Learning for a Sustainable Future


Our College seeks to epitomize the role of the land-grant university which is to develop knowledge and disseminate it through the three academic functions of teaching, research, and outreach education. In so doing, we work to improve the lives of citizens of our state, region and country. This role is based in historic federal legislation including the Morrill, Hatch, Smith-Lever, McIntire-Stennis, and Animal Health acts, and enabling state statutes.

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