CASNR graduates second-largest class in history

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Agriculture is not only important to the state of Nebraska, but also to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
September 7, 2020

Lincoln, Neb. —One in four jobs is connected to the agricultural and natural resources industry in Nebraska. Agriculture is not only important to the state of Nebraska, but also to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 

The agricultural and food sectors hold more than 21 million jobs, and that number continues to rise annually.  

CASNR serves as a hub for preparing students to lead the talented workforce of their generation by attracting change-makers and future leaders to earn their education in Nebraska. The college recently graduated its second-largest class in history, with only two fewer graduates than the largest class. 

“The college is committed to ensuring a talented workforce for the state of Nebraska and that starts by helping our students discover their unique strengths and talents,” said CASNR Dean Tiffany Heng-Moss.  

“To guide them on this exploration, we foster an inclusive environment that empowers students to co-create their learning experiences in a manner that will prepare them for a career that aligns with their passion.” 

To learn more about the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, visit https://casnr.unl.edu. 

By Natalie Jones | IANR Media 

Tiffany Heng-Moss
Dean
College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources