CAHNRS commits to cultivating diverse, equitable, inclusive, and safe environments for all people that foster transformative student experiences, authentic community engagement and respectful knowledge exchange while furthering innovative research that addresses important complex local and global agricultural, human, and natural resource issues.
Diversity is a source of strength and innovation for research, community, and society. The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences seeks to encourage diversity; support inclusivity among faculty, staff, and students; and provide opportunities and assistance to underrepresented groups.
Trainings and Events
- CAHNRS Events
- MLK Program Events
- Community & Equity Workshop Series
- Social Justice Peer Educators Workshops
- Mindfulness-Based Anti-Racism Training
- Disability Awareness Events
- Compliance and Civil Rights Education and Training
If you have any concerns or issues, please contact a committee member listed on the Committee Member page.