Agricultural Research and Graduate Education

Purdue Agriculture is known around the world for groundbreaking multidisciplinary research that addresses society’s most pressing challenges. Agricultural Research and Graduate Education connects researchers with opportunity to enable world-changing discoveries in agriculture and life sciences.

Agricultural Administration Building, Room 126
615 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Bingyu Yan
Graduate Ag Research Spotlight: Bingyu Yan

"I think my grandmother would be proud of me. I’m doing research that may save the lives of people and in the future promote health." - Bingyu Yan, PhD student, Biochemistry


Behind the Research

Behind the Research

Picture of a man driving a tractor through a field
Behind the Research: Dennis Nowaskie

Many people are involved in the remarkable range of programs, services and facilities that undergird research in the College of Agriculture. Collectively they’re integral to the college fulfilling its research mission. “Behind the...

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Students at the Natural Resources Teachers Institute, researchers working on a progeny project with the Tropical HTIRC, man on a boat emptying water from crane
2021 Year in Review: The Collaboration

The Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources aims to spread the word about cutting...

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Paul Ebner working with students
Award recognizes Ebner’s success delivering high impact global programs

“Growing up, I was not involved in agriculture at all,” Paul Ebner, professor of...

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Woman painting a wetland ecosystem that includes birds, reptiles, bugs, other animals and flowers
Mural will serve as a window into research

Walking through the front doors of the new Wildlife Ecology Research Facility (WERF,) a blank...

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Soybean plantation, diverse accessions of soybean. Wang’s AgSEED project will gather data to provide a proof-of-concept for architecting new physiological process-based models using genetic variation as a key organizing concept.
AgSEED grants lay groundwork for innovation, data and funding

Caitlin Proctor, assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering, wants to know...

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Kladivko smiling as she hold a farming tools resting on her shoulder (outdoors on a cornfield).
Kladivko honored for work in environmental quality, agricultural sustainability

Professor of Agronomy Eileen Kladivko moves easily between the classroom, lab, field and farm....

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Rob Weiner

Even if it’s a hard conversation, it’s good to gain perspective on where other people...

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Digital Measures

Digital Measures is a web-based activity reporting system used to collect and report information about teaching, research and extension accomplishments of faculty, extension specialists and extension educators in an easy-to-use digital format.

Digital Measures