The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) Master Plan results from a year-long discussion with members of CANR’s Advisory Board, administrative leadership team, students, faculty, staff, alumni, legislators, and other external stakeholders.
With a commitment to continuous quality improvement, CANR embarked on the development of a Master Plan to enable the College to prepare its graduates to address the world’s grand challenges in agriculture and natural resources 25 years into the future. The Master Plan is a flexible, “living document,” from which we will derive specific action plans. It also includes individual unit plans with performance measures, against which we will measure progress.
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