Spring 2023 Seminars

1:00 p.m.

Seminars will be available via Zoom and in person in Clark 151

Contact/Organizers: Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs and Dr. Robert Brueggeman

January 9

no seminar

January 16

no Seminar, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 23

CSS Faculty Discussion

January 30

Tom Lumpkin
“Climate Change: Expected Impacts on Food Security”

February 6

no seminar

February 13

Kayla Bordelon
“Participatory Agricultural Research and Extension”

February 20

no seminar, Presidents Day

February 27

Steven Van Vleet and Rachel Wieme
Extension Becomes Research: Lime and Micronutrient Amendments for Healthy Crops and Soil

March 6

Three Minute Thesis competition

March 13

no seminar, Spring Break

March 20

Sarah Dohle
Development and Maintenance of Bean (Phaseolus spp.) Genetic Resources

March 27

Bill Kabasenche
“Research Ethics and Institutional Review”

April 3

Andrew Spishakoff
“Soil Microbial Community under Pennycress”

April 10

Student Choice Seminar

Dr. Carrie Laboski, Supervisory Soil Scientist, Research Leader, USDA-ARS
“The power of networks, regional projects, and long-term projects to advance our understanding of soil fertility and promote sustainable cropping systems”

April 17

Shahbaz Ahmed, CSS PhD student proposal
“Investigating the role of At-hook containing nuclear localized (AHL) genes in Arabidopsis and Brassica napus”

April 24

Caitlin Price Youngquist and Stephen Bramwell
“CSS Graduates, Where are They Now? University Extension as a Profession”

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

All trainings will be offered via zoom.