Ag Research Award
The Purdue Agricultural Research Award is our highest honor given to mid-career faculty members—those with less than 18 years experience beyond the Ph.D.—for excellence in applying scientific principles to solve important research problems. Recipients have, through their research, made significant contributions to agriculture, natural resources, and the quality of life of Indiana citizens.
2019 Award WinnerIan Kaplan,
professor of entomology receieved the
2019 Agriculture Research Award for his research contributing to understanding interactions between pests, predators, parasitoids and pollinators. Read More
2018 Award WinnerMaria (“Marisol”) Sepúlveda, professor of ecology and natural systems and associate head of research for the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources receieved the 2018 Agriculture Research Award for her research examining the non-lethal effects of contaminants in the environment. Read More
2017 Award Winner