Agroecology is an interdisciplinary undergraduate major shared among Penn State’s Departments of Crop and Soil Sciences, Entomology, and Plant Pathology.
These Ph.D. and M.S. programs are supported by the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at Penn State.
ERM is an undergraduate major for students who are interested in environmental protection and the sustainability of our natural resources.
FREC is located in the southern part of the state and specializes in insect, disease, and plant research with fruit trees and grapes.
MAAREC is a regional group focused on addressing the pest management crisis facing the beekeeping industry in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The Penn-Del IPM Research Group is a research and education consortium. Its 20 members are from different facets of the "green industry" in Pennsylvania.
PA IPM works to promote effective pest management in a manner that is profitable, safe, and environmentally compatible.
The program promotes responsible decision making on pesticide use.
The Schatz Center’s high throughput facility has the capacity to sequence more than 100,000 DNA clones per year, i.e., over 70 million bases of new DNA sequence.
This facility conducts research to ensure maximum profitability and sustainability of Northeastern grazing and cropping systems while maintaining the quality of ground and surface water.
The 17-acre research facility is focused on high-maintenance turfgrass.