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Erin Endres Presents M.S. Seminar

Erin Endres presented an exit seminar on her M.S. research in the department of Plant Sciences on November 30, 2017. Endres screened soybean genotypes in greenhouses and field experiments for tolerance to metribuzin for her thesis research, “Metribuzin tolerance of early-maturing soybean genotypes”.
Erin Endres Presents M.S. Seminar

Erin Endres (left) with adviser Dr. Ted Helms

December 4, 2017

Erin Endres presented an exit seminar on her M.S. research in the department of Plant Sciences on November 30, 2017. Endres screened soybean genotypes in greenhouses and field experiments for tolerance to metribuzin for her thesis research, “Metribuzin tolerance of early-maturing soybean genotypes”. Her adviser is Dr. Ted Helms.

Endres cites several reasons for attending North Dakota State University. She wanted to study plant breeding, particularly with Dr. Helms. She also liked the good reputation of NDSU Plant Sciences’ plant breeding focus. She says, “Faculty and staff are knowledgeable in their respective disciplines and the atmosphere is conducive for learning and creating lifelong friendships and professional connections.”

Endres participated in the Plant Sciences Graduate Student Association. In 2017, she received the Eric Matthew Miller Memorial Scholarship and placed third in the Agronomy and Weed Science category at the Plant Sciences Graduate Student Symposium at the University of Saskatchewan.

Erin has accepted a position at Penn State working in epigenetic plant breeding of strawberry and canola.

Members of her graduate committee are Helms, Dr. Kirk Howatt, Dr. Hans Kandel and Dr. R.J. Goos.

Source: Erin Endres
Author: Karen Hertsgaard (, 701-231-5384)

Editor: Kamie Beeson (, 701-231-7123)

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