The mission of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Texas A&M AgriLife is to be responsive of all Texans. We strive to improve the lives and environments of every Texan through education, research, extension and service. As part of Texas A&M AgriLife, one of the goals of the College of Agriculture and Life Science is to provide a welcoming and productive scholastic environment that is inclusive of all members of its community, nondiscriminatory on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Our goal for inclusive excellence will be achieved through coordinated recruitment, mentoring and retention of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body — one that promotes open dialogue, freedom of ideas and an atmosphere of respect.
Department Committee Members
Professor, Texas A&M Agrilife Research Fellow, Texas A&M Presidential Impact Fellow
116 Biological Control Facility
Biocontrol Facility, Room 110
Adela Oliva Chavez
Regents Professor and Charles R. Parencia Chair in Cotton Entomology
Entomological Research Laboratory 114
Associate Professor and Extension Entomologist
College Committee Representative
The Inclusive Excellence Committee in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences develops one action item each semester to further our diversity, inclusion, climate, and equity goals. One representative from each department serves on the committee.