College of Agricultural Sciences
The College of Agricultural Sciences is proud to share in the land grant mission and offers a world-class education that prepares students for diverse career opportunities and enables them to make meaningful, lasting contributions to society.
Our faculty and staff lead the nation in cutting-edge research on topics such as food safety, human-disease prevention characteristics of food crops, livestock and the environment, renewable energy, no-till cropping systems, risk management for farmers and ranchers and organic agriculture.
The Gillette Entomology Club serves to provide open avenues for interdisciplinary communication, education, and enthusiasm among all people interested in insects and their relatives. The Club hopes to open windows into the fascinating world of arthropods through monthly meetings, poster presentations, community outreach, and guest seminar speakers. The GEC enjoys dissecting information on entomological issues such as natural history, insect ecology, insect behavior, conservation biology, and insect pest management. Club membership is diverse. Faculty, undergraduate, and graduate members represent many backgrounds including forestry, plant pathology, weed science, fisheries and wildlife biology, biology, zoology, entomology, microbiology, liberal arts, and several other disciplines.