UNL pursues its missions through the Colleges of Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Engineering and Technology, Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts, Education and Human Sciences, Journalism and Mass Communications, Law, the university-wide Graduate Studies, and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources which includes the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, the Agricultural Research Division, the Cooperative Extension Division, and the Conservation and Survey Division.
What does IANR stand for?
IANR stands for Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (University of Nebraska)
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