First Vegetable Derby highlights NEFVSC 8th anniversary celebration
CAg conducts retooling program for aggie faculty members from Region III SUCs
Aggie students benefit from P1M NUCA grant
CAg eco park boosts agri tourism at CLSU
The College has 63 faulty members who contribute a wide range of skills and knowledge (o (lie teaching of undergraduate programs. This number includes 28 Ph.D., 26 M.S. and 9 B.S. degree holders in the fields of Agri-Management, Animal Science, Crop Science, Pest Management, Soil Science and other related fields. Several faculty members are currently pursu¬ing advanced degrees in reputable colleges / universi¬ties here and abroad.
Reinforcing the leaching force are 15 affiliate faculty members from the University Research, Extension and Training (RET) who all have advanced degrees.