Welcome to MANRRS at Oregon State University!

OSU-MANRRS provides a framework for academic, professional and social development of underrepresented students in fields of agriculture, natural resources and related sciences through leadership,  community service and professional development activities.

MANRRS not only provides leadership experience but also strives to arrange networking and professional development opportunities for members. The National MANRRS Annual Career Fair and Training Conference is an excellent event that leads to significant member recruitment and retention. The MANRRS National Conference enables OSU chapter members to connect with faculty, professionals and fellow students with similar interests from across the United States.

23 OSU students attend the 2022 MANRRS Region VI Cluster

23 OSU students attended the 2022 MANRRS Region VI Cluster at the University of California – Davis campus.

The 2022 MANRRS Region VI Cluster was the first in person regional workshop since fall of 2019, taking place on the University of California – Davis campus. OSU MANRRS took the cluster by storm with 23 students, 22 undergraduates and 1 graduate student attendee.

August 2022 Agricultural Sciences’ Summer Program group photo

20 Students attended August Agricultural Sciences’ Summer Program for students with seasonal farmworker backgrounds

Although almost a quarter of Oregon’s high school graduates were Latinx in 2020, only around 9% of students graduating from OSU with a bachelor’s degree were Latinx. Residential camp at OSU targets Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker (MSF) students, who are some of the most marginalized students in the US.

Our Students

Jessica Xu title

Jessica Xu | Post-bacc | Environmental Economics and Policy

CAS Student AmbassadorOSU MANRRS Treasurer | Los Angeles, CA

 

Faces: Eric Soto title

Eric Giovanni Soto | Crop & Soil Science with Agronomy option

The Dalles Oregon | First-generation college student

Men's Soccer Club Goalkeeper | Class of 2022

MANRRS Chapter President and Community Representative Officer

 

Rollins and USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program staff work in the field in White Salmon, Washington. USFWS Photo: J. Rowlen

USFWS staff in the Pacific Northwest region are piloting a first and second year undergraduate internship for students in the region’s chapters of the Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) organization...

Rollins and USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program staff work in the field in White Salmon, Washington. USFWS Photo: J. Rowlen

This summer, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Science Applications Program had the pleasure of hosting Venecia Rollins as their MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences) intern.