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Seminars

Spring 2022 Seminars

1:10-2:00 p.m.

Seminars will be available via Zoom and in-person in Johnson Hall 343.

SOIL_SCI 501 and CROP_SCI 510 Contact/Organizer: Dr. Tarah Sullivan and Dr. Robert Brueggeman

January 10

CSS Town Hall – All Faculty, Staff, and Students Welcome to Please Take Part: Department DEI Survey Results!

Click here for a recording of the CSS Town Hall. 

January 17

no seminar, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 24

Dr. Melissa LeTourneau

Click here for a recording of Dr. LeTourneau’s seminar.

January 31

no seminar

February 7

Dr. Sue Rhee
“Pennycress Genetics”

February 14

Dr. Eric Brevik
“International Gender Equity in Agronomic Sciences”

Click here for a recording of Dr. Brevik’s seminar.

February 21

no seminar, Presidents’ Day

February 28

Dr. Matthew Jeffries, Director of Campus Climate and Community-Building, a Division of Student Affairs
“Universal Design: Making Classrooms More Accessible for All”

Click here for a recording of Dr. Jeffries’ seminar. 

March 7

Dr. Garret Heineck
Exploring Alternative Cropping Systems for the Inland Pacific Northwest”  

Click here for a recording of Dr. Heineck’s seminar.

March 14

no seminar, Spring Break

March 21

Dr. Karen Vaughan
“Bringing Equity to Soil Sciences”

Click here for a recording of Dr. Vaughan’s seminar. 

March 28

Michael Heim, Director- CAMP
“The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP): Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Student Success at WSU”

Click here for a recording of the seminar “The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP): Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Student Success at WSU”.

April 4

Tiyana Casey and Josiah Pinkham
“Nez Perce Climate Change and Agriculture”

Click here for the recording of the seminar “Nez Perce Climate Change and Agriculture.”

April 7

Campbell Lecture
Cristine Morgan, Ph.D.,
Chief Scientific Officer, Soil Health Institute
Reception is from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Seminar is from 3:00-4:00 p.m.
VBRB 305 and via Zoom

Click here for the recording of the Campbell Lecture.

April 11

Dr. Alecia Kiszonas
“Life and Career of Craig Morris”

Click here for a recording of the seminar “Life and Career of Craig Morris“.

April 18

Mike Pumphrey & Arron Carter
“T-CAP”

Click here for a recording of Dr. Pumphrey and Dr. Carter’s presentation.

April 25

Student Choice Speaker
Dr. Jessica Rutkoski
“Small Grains Improvement”

 

Please consult our DEI calendar of events for further information and trainings offered each semester.

All trainings will be offered via zoom.


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