College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources

College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources

The 2019-2020 academic year will forever be remembered as the period in which the COVID-19 pandemic first touched our lives – reaching all the way into our own community here at the University of Nevada, Reno and the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources (CABNR). We are pleased to let you know that our faculty and students have met this challenge by adapting to new ways of teaching and learning, and are continuing to meet the challenges of an increasingly complex world - finding solutions in fighting against disease, feeding the world, improving human health, educating bright young minds, solving environmental crises and more.

As the fall semester progressed, it became very clear that the COVID-19 pandemic affected students not just socially, emotionally and physically, but financially as well. Today, we ask for your help to support the students of CABNR. Since March, many students on and off campus have been impacted by lost employment and wages, others may have to deal with a parent’s job loss by seeking new support for their education, housing, or even food. It is our goal to help bridge the gap for these students by providing scholarship assistance to help them stay enrolled and on track for graduation.

With each gift, we are making our state and our world a better place. Your donation to the CABNR Student Scholarship Fund will help us educate tomorrow’s leaders, through sound scientific teaching, research and engagement programs providing innovative, impactful solutions and make positive impacts for future generations.

Help us by investing in the future of our students. Every gift to CABNR, no matter the size, will make a difference. Your donation is truly felt and appreciated by our students, faculty and staff, and our state. Show your support today to make a meaningful impact on CABNR students in need. Together, we’ll grow a stronger Nevada!

For more information about supporting CABNR please contact Mitch Klaich at

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