The University of Southern Queensland will unveil a new School dedicated to the study of agriculture and environmental science tomorrow (April 20).
Minister for Agricultural Industry Development, Fisheries & Rural Communities Mark Furner MP will officially open the School of Agriculture and Environmental Science at the University’s Agricultural Science and Engineering Precinct in Toowoomba.
Two new programs within the school were launched this year – the Bachelor of Agricultural Technology and Management and the Bachelor of Environmental Science. A new major in Wildlife Management was also introduced.
The University of Southern Queensland School of Agriculture and Environmental Science will provide academic leadership to a full range of awards from undergraduate to higher degree research training including agricultural engineering, agricultural technology and management, agricultural science, environmental science, horticulture, animal science, wildlife management, wine science and food science.
The School has also been established to develop strong research expertise and capabilities on agricultural productivity and environment management challenges in Australia and internationally.
- What: Official Opening of School of Agriculture & Environmental Science
- When: Wednesday, 20 April 2022, 1.30pm– 2.30pm
- Where: P24/P25 Precinct (30 Baker Street), University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba