About

About

With nearly 3,000 students, 280 professorial faculty, $900,000 in scholarships, and $90 million in research grants and contracts, the College of Agricultural Sciences is at the epicenter of solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.

Dr. Alan Sams
Reub Long Dean and Director
College of Agricultural Sciences
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station

Message from the Dean

It is my privilege to serve as the Reub Long Dean and Director of the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station.

Oregon’s natural resources and agriculture are incredibly diverse with more than 220 agricultural commodities. That dense diversity affords us the opportunity to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges across multiple disciplines and areas of research.

We are uniquely able to lead advances in agricultural competitiveness and resilience, innovation for health, markets and access to food, working and natural landscapes, and coastal food systems and conservation. It is hard to think of another agricultural college anywhere that has that breadth of expertise across such diverse areas and ecosystems.

I invite you to explore our website to learn more about what we do and why we do it—our teaching, our research, and our outreach.

In all of what we do, the commitment to our land grant mission grounds us in service to others with the unwavering belief that all people should have access to opportunity to learn and pursue their dreams. Each day, our students, faculty, and other partners remain focused on a singular vision—make tomorrow better.

Our College by the Numbers

The Latest in AgSci News

The College of Agricultural Sciences is continually advancing the future of agriculture and natural resources. Learn more about our work and accomplishments, and the people behind them.

Recent News

Our research and work is regularly featured in top scientific journals and leading global media outlets. Visit some of our most recent news.

Progress Magazine

Visit our award-winning magazine, PROGRESS. Explore our multimedia digital content and sign up to subscribe to our biannual free print publication.

The Source

Stay informed about the most recent updates and activities in the College with our quarterly newsletter.

Bipoc of AgSci

Find out more about the incredible contributions of the many Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) in agriculture and natural resources.

Faces of Agsci

Get up close and personal with our students, faculty and others who are a part of the College with our Faces of AgSci.

Our heroes

Celebrate the heroic efforts of our faculty with us monthly as we feature those who go above-and-beyond to serve our land grant mission.

Living Out Our Land Grant Mission

Awards + Accolades

Learn more about the recognition of our research, our faculty, and our partners and alumni along with the latest news about our work.

Affiliations

With more than 150 years of investing in the future of agriculture and natural resources across the state and beyond, the College has numerous affiliations and partnerships that are embedded in the important work that we do.

Departments + Programs

With 14 academic departments and 12 academic programs, the College of Agricultural Sciences offers students one of the most diverse academic experiences with opportunities to pursue transdisciplinary research and education led by nationally renowned faculty.

Our Strategic Advantage