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University of California, Berkeley College of Natural Resources
Established 1974[1]
Type Public Professional School
Location Berkeley, California, USA
Website http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/site/

The College of Natural Resources (CNR) is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. CNR is the self-proclaimed college of "human welfare and the environment." It has four departments: Agricultural and Resource Economics, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, Nutritional Science & Toxicology, and Plant and Microbial Biology. The departments teach on both the undergraduate and graduate level, conferring a wide range of bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. CNR is also home to a variety of research centers and facilities conducting inquiries into topics relevant to the four departments. The college is currently in the process of finding a new dean. The candidates will have the opportunity to appeal to faculty and students before the college sends its recommendations to the chancellor for the final decision.

Departments

Agricultural and Resource Economics focuses on sustainable agriculture policy, developing nations' use and misuse of land, macro- and microeconomic consequences of trade freedoms, among other topics. The faculty is about thirty strong. ARE offers one undergraduate major, Environmental Economics and Policy. It also offers a doctorate in Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Environmental Science, Policy, & Management is CNR's largest department. It comprises three divisions: Ecosystems Sciences, Organisms and Environment, and Society and Environment. Topics of research in ESPM include global warming, insect biology, and the human relationship to the environment. It offers four undergraduate programs: Molecular Environmental Biology, Forestry and Natural Resources, Conservation and Resource Studies, and Society and Environment.

Nutritional Science & Toxicology's faculty research the positive and negative effects of human consumption. It offers bachelor's degrees in Physiology and Metabolism, Dietetics and Molecular Toxicology. It also offers a doctorate in Molecular and Biochemical Nutrition and Molecular Toxicology.

Plant and Microbial Biology houses research regarding gene expression and how microbes behave. It offers degrees in Genetics and Plant Biology and Microbial Biology.

References

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External links

University of California, Berkeley
Academics

School of LawCollege of ChemistryCollege of EngineeringCollege of Environmental DesignCollege of Letters and ScienceCollege of Natural ResourcesGoldman School of Public PolicyHaas School of BusinessSchool of EducationSchool of InformationSchool of JournalismSchool of OptometrySchool of Public HealthSchool of Social Welfare

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