Agriculture and Bio-Resources School Facts



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Agriculture and Bio-Resources School Facts

  • The College of Agricultural Sciences, the first of the colleges established at Penn State, awarded the nation's first baccalaureate degrees in agriculture in 1861.


  • Colorado State University scientists created the world's first engineered solar-heated and -cooled building and was the first university in the world to obtain a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) CI (Commercial Interior) Certification.


  • Auburn University's Biosystems Engineering program has experienced a 47% growth in female students over the last 5 years.


  • University of Hawai'i' at Manoa hosts the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources which, unlike mainland US schools, emphasizes tropical production systems with particular reference to the Pacific Basin and other subtropical regions.

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