Your experience as a faculty member, student, or researcher can be greatly enriched by the research opportunities available in our college.

With total research expenditures of more than $81 million, our research funding commitment creates excellent opportunities for students and faculty.

Student Research

In the past five years

  • Four graduate students received NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants.
  • Two received Pre-doctoral Fellowships from the American Heart Association.

Active grants

  • 164 from National Institute of Health, worth $34.8 million
  • 69 from National Science Foundation, worth $14.1 million

Departmental Research

Learn about the innovative research and facilities in the nine academic departments in the College of Agricultural Sciences:


From research farms, offices, and greenhouses to cutting-edge lab and technology environments, the college continues to add to its state-of-the-art resources to support the important work being conducted. These facilities help us continue to provide educational opportunities and science-based information to protect, manage, and use natural and agricultural resources.

Here are just a few highlights, and visit the department links above for even more information:


Center for Turfgrass Science

Food Science Building facilities

Forest Resources Building facilities