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Food Science and Food Safety Club Hosts Regional Meeting and College Bowl

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Apr 15, 2021.

The NDSU Food Science and Food Safety Club hosted the 2021 North Central Institute of Food Technologists Student Association Area Meeting and College Bowl virtually on April 9-10. A team of NDSU students placed second in the Food Science College Bowl after double overtime.

Horticulture Students Win Team Award at National Landscape Competition

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Apr 12, 2021.

Halley Bartlett, Rachel Borgert, Kevin Friedt, Matthew Keller, Elizabeth Knutson and Ethan Lorenz won the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC) Team Award in March. The team advisors are Dr. Harlene Hatterman-Valenti and Dr. Todd West.

Magallanes López Receives Best Poster Award

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Apr 06, 2021.

Ana Magallanes López won the Young Scientist Award for Best Poster Presentation during the 16th ICC International Cereals and Bread Congress.

Johanna V. Lukaschewsky Defends M.S. Thesis

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Apr 05, 2021.

Johanna V. Lukaschewsky successfully defended her Plant Sciences Master’s thesis, Productive and Economic Analysis of Silage Maize and Alfalfa Intercropping, on March 3, 2021, at North Dakota State University. She was advised by Dr. Marisol Berti, professor and leader of the forages and biomass crop production program.

Student Receives Mid America CropLife Scholarship

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 19, 2021.

North Dakota State University crop and weed sciences student Forrest Hanson received one of eleven Mid America CropLife Association Young Leader Scholarship Awards for 2021.

Dry Bean Researchers Receive GENETICS Journal Award

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 18, 2021.

A paper co-authored by North Dakota State University dry bean researchers Dr. Juan Osorno, Dr. Phillip McClean and Rian Lee has been selected as one of the 2020 GENETICS Editors’ Choice Awards. The article is titled “Genetic Associations in Four Decades of Multienvironment Trials Reveal Agronomic Trait Evolution in Common Bean”. The award was announced on the “Genes to Genomes” blog for the Genetics Society of America.

Breeding Pipeline Database Managers Support the Modernization of NDSU Breeding Programs

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 12, 2021.

The BPDM project is a centralized and dedicated team focused on helping NDSU breeding programs. Its interdepartmental and collaborative approach with other universities, non-profit organizations and industry strengthens NDSU breeding efforts. Ana Heilman-Morales and Tom Walk coordinate the pipeline breeding efforts and offer automated solutions to breeding programs with the help of statistician and mathematician Didier Murillo-Florez, all under the leadership of barley breeder and department head Richard Horsley.

Osorno Leads Gender-Responsive Plant Breeding Capacity Building Initiative with International Group

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 11, 2021.

In collaboration with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Legume Systems Research managed by Michigan State University, and the Gender-responsive Researchers Equipped for Agricultural Transformation (GREAT) project, North Dakota State University dry bean breeder Dr. Juan Osorno recently led a multi-faceted effort to create an online course titled Gender Responsive Plant Breeding for researchers and scientists working in sub-Saharan Africa.

Schwarz Receives Craft Malt Guild Award

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 03, 2021.

Dr. Paul Schwarz received the Craft Maltsters Guild Soles of Malt Award during the 2021 Craft Malt Conference. Schwarz leads the North Dakota State University Malting Barley Quality project in the Department of Plant Sciences.

Student Receives Landscape Foundation Scholarship

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Mar 03, 2021.

North Dakota State University horticulture student Kevin Friedt was selected to receive a 2021 National Association of Landscape Professionals Foundation scholarship.

NDSU Extension Agronomist Retires

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Feb 03, 2021.

North Dakota State University Extension agronomist Joel Ransom retired on February 1, 2021, after serving at NDSU for 18 years.

In Memory of Lyle Lindberg

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Jan 28, 2021.

Retired North Dakota State University ag research technician Lyle Lindberg passed away on January 22, 2021, in Fargo, ND.

Peters Honored by Sugarbeet Board

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Jan 26, 2021.

Dr. Tom Peters was awarded the 2020 Sugarbeet Distinguished Service Award by the Sugarbeet Research and Education Board of Minnesota and North Dakota for excellence in research, education, and service to sugarbeet growers and industry.

Peder Schmitz Defends Ph.D. Dissertation

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Jan 25, 2021.

Peder Schmitz successfully defended his Plant Sciences doctoral dissertation, Strategies for Improving Wheat and Soybean Production Systems in North Dakota, on December 21, 2020 at North Dakota State University. He was advised by Drs. Joel Ransom and Hans Kandel.

Eddy Rodolfo Ixcotoyac Cabrera Defends M.S. Thesis

By from Plant Sciences, Cereal & Food Sciences News. Published on Jan 20, 2021.

Eddy Rodolfo Ixcotoyac Cabrera successfully defended his Plant Sciences Master’s thesis, Mapping the Ur-5 Conferring Resistance to Common Bean Rust, on December 3, 2020 at North Dakota State University. He was advised by Dr. Juan Osorno.
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