Dr. Devlin is the Director of the Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment and the Kansas Water Resources Institute and, also, a Professor of Agronomy. His responsibilities include coordinating and enhancing research, extension, and teaching initiatives pertaining to new and emerging environmental issues from an agricultural perspective. His goals include fostering holistic, interdisciplinary research and education required to solve agriculturally related environmental problems; providing for understanding of environmental issues in relation to agricultural production systems with a target audience of the agricultural community and the broader public; and developing relationships with agencies, organizations, and foundations to foster resource development for interdisciplinary and integrated research, extension, and teaching initiatives among faculty.
Daniel L. Devlin, Ph.D.
Director, Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment and
Kansas Water Resources Institute
Professor of Agronomy
Kansas State University Research and Extension
44 Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506 USA
(785) 532-0393 (office)
(785) 532-9351 (cell)