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Nalley, Popp in Agribusiness Named Agricultural and Resource Economics Review Fellows
Lanier Nalley and Michael Popp in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, have been named Fellows by Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.
Lessons Learned From Dicamba: What Went Wrong?
Professor Jason Norsworthy will give a seminar on the herbicide Dicamba and the resistance that some weeds have developed to it.
Kemper in Agribusiness Earns PUBP Distinguished Dissertation Award
Nathan Kemper, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, has earned the 2017 Public Policy William Miller Distinguished Dissertation Award for his dissertation.
Plant Whisperer to give Entomology Seminar on Plant-Insect Interactions
The Department of Entomology of Bumpers College and the Division of Agriculture will host André Kessler of Cornell University for a seminar at 11:50 a.m. Friday, April 20.
Food Science's Buescher Spreads Germ Education at Har-Ber High School
Rosa Buescher of Bumpers College recently hit the road to spread, not germs, but germ education to high school students, talk about food safety, food science careers and STEM education.
Anderson in CSES Leads U of A Soil Judging Team to 14th in National Finals
The soil judging team included Bumpers College students Diego Della Lunga, Carlee Hensley, Jordan Slayden, Erik Archer, Matt Sena and Ryder Anderson.
CSES Grad Students Host Successful Farm to Table 5K
Despite the below freezing temperatures and snow, 50 runners came to Agri Park and raised over $1,200 for the Full Circle Campus Food Pantry and the CSES Grad Student Club.
Graduate Student Helping Ease Burden of Congolese Women Farmers
Willy Mulimbi Byamungu, a graduate student in agricultural economics, is implementing agricultural solutions to improve their crop yield for female Congolese farmers.
Horticulture Graduate Caillouet Earns Garden Club of America Fellowship
Alumna Olivia Caillouet has been awarded the 2018 Garden Club of America's Hope Goddard Iselin Fellowship in Public Horticulture.
Adams Successfully Defends Thesis Focusing on Irrigation Practices in Arkansas Delta
Kerr Adams, a graduate student in agricultural economics and agribusiness, successfully defended his thesis, titled "Irrigation Practice Adoption: Causes and Consequences in the Arkansas Delta."