Join the new CANR Sustainability Committee!

The newly-formed CANR Sustainability Committee is actively recruiting two undergraduate and two graduate student representatives to join a small group of college faculty and staff working toward a greener future. We are committed to pursuing excellence in interdisciplinary scholarship, becoming better stewards of our campus and forging a prosperous future for all. Members should expect to attend two meetings per month (currently scheduled 2:00-3:00 p.m. every other Friday) as we draft action plans that will outline environmentally-conscious decision-making at CANR for years to come. Join the CANR Sustainability Committee today! Interested students should contact committee co-chairs Chris Williams at and Jed Horwitt at with a short statement about why you are interested in joining the committee and a copy of your resume.

AGcelerate Course Registration Sessions

Spring semester is quickly approaching! Need help registering for classes? Join AGcelerate Course Registration Sessions with Maci. The first session is tomorrow night, Wednesday November 9th from 9:00-10:00 PM via Zoom. The topics will include BlueHen Planner, Course Search, and WebReg. Feel free to join the Zoom at any time and ask questions about how to correctly register for classes. See the attached flyer for more information and the Zoom meeting ID.

Register for the 2022 CANR Research Symposium

CANR is excited to host it’s seventh annual Unique Strengths Research Symposium. We invite undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students to submit poster presentations. 

This year features a hybrid format. 

November 7 – 21: Presentations are online and available for viewing.
November 16: Posters will be presented in Townsend Hall during either a morning or afternoon session. A reception and awards will follow.

Register to Participate 

Secondary STEM Education, M.S. (4+1) Information Session

The Secondary STEM Education M.S. (4+1) program is a graduate program intended for students who are completing an undergraduate degree in a STEM field and have interest in teaching at the secondary level (grades 7-12). Upon conclusion of the +1 year curriculum, students will earn a master’s degree and be eligible for teacher licensure in Delaware with reciprocity across many states in the U.S.

On September 20th, there is an information session at 5:00 pm on Zoom. If you have interest in this graduate degree program, please click on this link to complete a simple form. A Zoom link for the meeting will then be sent to you.

Presentation and Discussion on Intercultural Competence in Higher Education with Dr. Freeman Hrabowski


The CANR DEI Committee invites you to a special presentation and discussion on intercultural competence in higher education with Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Thursday, May 12, 2022                                                                                                    2:30pm to 4:00pm                                                                                                            Townsend Hall Commons                                                                                          

Registration link:

Followed by a UDairy Creamery ice cream reception in the Townsend Hall lobby sponsored by UD Envision.