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The University of Delaware offers over 50 doctoral and over 130 master’s degree programs. In Agriculture and Natural Resources, our unique setting offers access to laboratories using cutting edge technologies as well as the college’s 350-acre agro-ecosystem.
 

Our graduate programs are characterized by the recruitment of high-quality students from major U.S. and international universities, highly competitive graduate stipends, travel opportunities for research projects and participation in professional meetings worldwide. Our faculty conduct cutting-edge research in basic and applied disciplines and are personally committed to the success of their graduate students.

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Graduate & Research News
  • From left to right: Ahamed Zakaria (Applied Economics and Statistics), Emily Morgese (Plant and Soil Sciences) and Srabone Saha (Applied Economics and Statistics) earned awards in the master’s student category.

    Research showcase

    November 29, 2023 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    Nearly 40 graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and undergraduate students descended upon the Townsend Hall Commons to showcase their research and internship work at the Fall 2023 College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) Student Research Symposium. The students summarized their findings to judges and curious University of Delaware faculty and staff.
  • Soil science scholar

    August 24, 2023 | Written by Kate Zincone
    Originally from Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, Samuel Oluwapamilerin Bamidele came to the University of Delaware to study plant and soil sciences. He recently earned membership into the prestigious Encompass Fellows Program.
  • In The War Against The Spotted Lanternfly, Two Tiny Wasps Could be The Secret Weapon

    August 10, 2023 | Written by Nala Rogers of Popular Mechanics
    Popular Mechanics spotlights the work of Tyler Hagerty, UD graduate student who is working on spotted lanternfly biocontrol. The article features an interview with Hagerty and an inside look at the lab he's working in at UD.

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