In a move approved by Utah State University’s Board of Trustees, the university’s Department of Landscape and Environmental Planning will become part of the College of Agriculture, strengthening both the department and college’s commitments to sustainable development. The change, which will occur July 1, is part of strategic restructuring in the LAEP Department’s current administrative home, the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, which is being divided into a college that includes the humanities and social sciences and a new College of the Arts. USU College of Agriculture Dean Noelle Cockett says this is an exciting move that will strengthen efforts in sustainable development, an area of research, dedication and outreach that serves people in Utah and spans the globe.
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