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Academic Lens—College of Agriculture

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This is CSU Chico's University Catalog, your virtual introduction to one of America’s finest universities.

The catalog is “the online, accessible source of authoritative information on admission and program requirements.” It is also a gateway, introducing students, faculty, staff, and community members to the Chico Experience through the lens of academics. Throughout this site, you will learn about the people, programs, events, and services that set this institution apart as a leader in student learning and success.

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A new partnership between the divisions of Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and University Advancement inspired the creation of "The Academic Lens"—a glimpse into CSU, Chico’s rigorous academics! The Academic Lens spotlights unique academic programs, courses, or events offered by CSU, Chico academic departments. Each of the campus' seven colleges and the Center for Regional and Continuing Education is represented in The Academic Lens' rotating content. Each time you visit the University Catalog homepage, one of eight features will appear below. Links to the full story and to additional academic department information follow each snippet.
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Three women stand in what appears to be a corn field against blue sky. Woman on left is brown overalls and yellow long-sleeved shirt. Middle woman is wearing red long-sleeved shirt.  Woman on right is in a long-sleeved black shirt and jeans.  Feature title above image says The Academic Lens: College of Agriculture.  Headline rests against the blue sky and reads Outstanding in the Field, by Christine Vovakes.

From the fields to the boardroom: Women are finding success in traditionally male-dominated agriculture careers

The evening air is cool and the pasture at California State University, Chico’s organic dairy is full of lush grazing grass when Sarah Albers herds the cows to it after their last milking. The responsibilities of her part-time job are almost finished for the day, but Albers, a senior majoring in animal science with a minor in agricultural business, is reluctant to leave.

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For more information about the Agriculture degree program, visit College of Agriculture

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