College/Department: College of Agricultural Sciences

Keith Belk

Belk focuses on red meat quality and safety, live animal development, international marketing and quality management systems.

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Patrick Byrne

Byrne focuses on the application of molecular genetics to crop improvement and biotechnology risk assessment.

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Matt Camper

Camper serves as the primary contact for insect identification at the Center for Sustainable Integrated Pest Management’s Plant Diagnostic Clinic, helping members of the public to identify pests and deal with pest infestations.

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Temple Grandin

Grandin is a worldwide leader in the fields of humane animal handling and autism advocacy.

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Zachary Johnson

Johnson, in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, focuses on residential and small scale commercial design emphasizing sustainable construction techniques.

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Eugene Kelly

Kelly, deputy director of the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, studies the origin and evolution of soils in many environments around the world, especially as related to global change issues.

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James Klett

Klett’s areas of expertise include landscape plant material identification, culture and care, as well as water requirements for herbaceous and woody plants. He has helped coordinate several state and regional horticulture programs including Plant Select and Planttalk Colorado.

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Jan Leach

Leach researches plant genetics with the ultimate goal of improving sustainable crop production.

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James Pritchett

Pritchett, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences, is an agricultural economist.

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Bernard Rollin

Rollin, a bioethicist and University Distinguished Professor, focuses his research and teaching on animal ethics, genetic engineering, animal pain, animal research, animal agriculture, veterinary ethics and other topics in bioethics and philosophy.

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