June 4–18, 2022
Students will learn about career opportunities associated with animal and plant health, focusing on areas such as environmental science, animal science, entomology, plant science, soil science, water quality, and related disciplines. The program also has a strong leadership component designed to empower students to achieve as they work toward their future careers.
Tuskegee University, founded in 1881 by Booker T. Washington, is a national, independent, and State-related institution of higher learning in Alabama that services a diverse, coeducational student body of more than 3,000. Tuskegee’s College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences (CAENS) offers an education that prepares future professionals and leaders in the life sciences through coursework along with research and outreach activities. CAENS programs are influenced by the college’s inherited legacy of George Washington Carver and his many contributions to teaching, research, and outreach in agriculture.