University of Minnesota


Provost's Advisory Task Force

on the potential creation of a new college
devoted to agriculture, natural resources, environmental and life sciences.

Advisory Task Force Members

Gary Muehlbauer,
Task Force Co-Chair; Distinguished McKnight Professor and Head, Plant Biology; Professor, Agronomy and Plant Genetics
Michael Sadowsky,
Task Force Co-Chair; Professor, Soil, Water, and Climate and Director, BioTechnology Institute

David Bernlohr,
Distinguished McKnight Professor and Head, Cargill Chair in Systems Biology of Human Metabolism; Professor, College of Biological Sciences
Gregory Cuomo,
Professor and Division Head, Research and Outreach Centers
Emily Hoover,
Professor and Department Head, Horticultural Science
Mindy Kurzer,
Professor, Department of Food Science and Nutrition; Director, Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute
Scott Lanyon,
Professor and Department Head, Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
Kristen Nelson,
Professor and H.T. Morse Distinguished Faculty, Department of Forest Resources, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
Seth Naeve,
Associate Professor and Extension Agronomist, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics
Philip Pardey,
Professor, Department of Applied Economics and Director, International Science and Technology Practice and Policy Center
Daniel Voytas,
Professor and Director, Center for Genome Engineering, Department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development
Susan Weller,
Director, Bell Museum of Natural History; Professor, Department of Entomology
Michael E. White,
Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Head, Department of Animal Science

Rylee Ahnen,
Undergraduate Student, CFANS
John Berini,
Ph.D. Student, Conservation Biology
Salli Dymond,
Ph.D. Candidate, Natural Resources Science and Management
Ron Kulhanek,
Undergraduate Student, Ecology, Evolution and Behavior major/ Environmental Science, Policy & Management minor
Carl Stenoien,
Graduate Student, Ecology, Evolution and Behavior; CFANS advisor
Ambuj Upadhyay,
Graduate Student, Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Genetics graduate program

Consider the prospect of strengthening
the academic and structural alignment between CBS and CFANS.

Twin Cities Campus: