What is Environmental Microbiology at WVU like?
Both beneficial and harmful, microorganisms play important roles in the areas of public health, plant disease, pollution remediation and soil fertility. In fact, there isn’t a single process on Earth that isn’t affected by microbes. This program is ideal for students who want to have a career at the forefront of these industries.
Environmental Microbiology program highlights:
At a Glance
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
School of Agriculture and Food
Plant and Soil Sciences
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