MANRRS- Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences



The UARK MANRRS chapter helps promote the advancement of members of ethnic/cultural groups that are underrepresented in agricultural and related sciences. Members have the opportunity to participate in diverse activities that support academic and professional development and achievement. Membership is open to anyone that has a desire to promote diversity and inclusion in agriculture, natural resources, and related sciences. Student - A student member is an undergraduate or graduate enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited educational institution. Yearly dues: $25


To become a member, you may either:

  • Attend our general body meetings and pay your membership fees to our local chapter, or
  • Register using the LINK TO HOGSYNC.


If you need more information about joining, please email the MANRRS President Jimena Rodriquez ( or Chapter Advisor Jacquelyn Mosley ( for more information.

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Professional Development Opportunities


Annual Career Fair and Training Conference

Through the Annual Career Fair and Training Conference, the National Society of MANRRS offers many benefits and services to help members increase their knowledge and develop skills in partnerships for student success. Our sessions acquaint new members with MANRRS and prepare them for future roles in their chapters, and help experienced members improve and refine their knowledge and skills for their ideal job or internship in the field of agriculture, natural resources, and related sciences industry.

UARK Bumpers MANRRS at April 2023 Conference


The UARK MANRRS Chapter took a delegation of 17 students (undergraduate and graduate) and advisors to the MANRRS 37th Annual Training Conference & Career Expo held in Atlanta, GA April 13-16, 2023.  
Manrrs student visiting Secretary Wes Ward


UA MANRRS visiting Secretary Wes Ward in Little Rock (Dept of Ag; November 2023) along with UAPB MANRRS, AR Tech MANRRS, and JR MANRRS




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