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About the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences

Diverse and Dynamic Programs
College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences

The Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences includes the Department of Agricultural Sciences; the Department of Chemistry and Physics; and the Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences.

In addition to providing expertise to the University’s general education curriculum, the College offers diverse and dynamic undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level programs and majors. Higher education that is directed toward preparing graduates to be competent and competitive in scientific, technical, educational and professional occupations.

Providing the panhandle community and the world with knowledgeable, professional and experienced graduates.

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The mission of the College is to provide excellence in teaching, research and professional service in the major areas served and, ultimately, to prepare students for employment by providing them with a skill set that will make them successful now and into the future, regardless of their chosen path.

The internationally recognized faculty of the College are eager to work with students in the classroom, in the laboratory and in the field. Students can pursue a variety of activities, from assisting faculty in conducting cutting-edge research to completing an internship with a company competing in the global marketplace. These real-world experiences in the various disciplines are the hallmark of the College and the University.

In addition to the outstanding academic training students receive, the College offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities, including judging teams, departmental clubs, service-learning activities and departmental and university leadership opportunities.

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Recognizing Student Government Leaders in the College

A special "Thank You" to the students who serve our College students in Student Government roles in the 2021-2022 academic year.

Student Body President: Bryan Garcia
Student Body Vice President: Hannah Scarborough
Student Body Chief Justice: Josh Worten

College Student Senators - 2021-2022:

Jake Cannon
Kyra Chesser
Quinn Durham
Tucker Gattis
Paige Holbrooks
Kirby Russell

Thank you for the support and service to the College and to the students of WTAMU.

Way to go Buff Leaders!

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