THE AGRONOMY DEPARTMENT SEMINAR SERIES

The Agronomy Seminar Series occur during the Fall & Spring semesters. Our seminars are scheduled for Monday's at 2:30 PM. 

The Fall 2021 schedule has been finalized below. For your convenience, please also see what is already scheduled for Spring 2022.

Fall 2021

​SEPT 13
​Dr. Sen Subramaniam from South Dakota State University
“Cell type-level hormone balance during soybean nodule development”
​SEPT 20
​Dr. Guoyo Lu from Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
"Mobile AI Platform for 3D Root Phenotyping and Trait Assessment"
​SEPT 27
​Dr. Senay Simsek from the Department of Food Science, Purdue University
“Building Bridges with the Food Science Department: Enhancing Collaboration.”
​OCT 25
​Dr. Beth Hall from Purdue University
"Climate Services and Applications" 
​NOV 15
​Dr. Tim Griffis from the University of Minnesota
"Constraining Regional Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Using Tall Tower Observations and Chemical Transport Modeling"
​NOV 29
​Dr. Bob Nielsen from Purdue University
“Corny Reflections on a Career in Extension & Research”


Spring 2022

​JAN 24

​JAN 31

​FEB 7

​FEB 14

​FEB 21

​FEB 28
Dr. Kurt Pennell from Brown University
"Transport of Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances" 
​MAR 7
Dr. Gurmukh from the Purdue Deparment of Botany and Plant Pathology
"Short-stature corn: A short-lived fad or the corn of the future"
​MAR 21
Dr. Fangming Xiao from the University of Idaho
Title TBA
​MAR 28
Dr. Douglas Cook from the University of California-Davis
Title TBA
​APR 11
Dr. Olena Vatamaniuk from Cornell University 
Title TBA
​APR 18
Dr. Ning Jiang from Michigan State University
Title TBA


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