Agricultural Research

Organized research is conducted in the College ofAgriculture and Environmental Sciences by research faculty with joint appointments in the instructional program.  Much of the research activity is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture.  It is conducted on the University farm and in on-campus laboratories where investigations include such disciplines as agricultural economics, animal science, plant science, landscape architecture and design, human nutrition, housing, food science, and animal health.

Contact: Dr. Shirley Hymon-Parker
Associate Dean, Agricultural Research Program
Location: C.H. Moore Agricultural Research Station, B-16
Phone: (336) 285-4703
Fax: (336) 334-7674
Email: sjhymonp@ncat.edu

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