Welcome to our Hort Happenings News Page!
Here you’ll find updates about what has been happening in our unit, talks and outreach events we’ve participated in, and you can read about the research we’ve done!
We are working to improve communication with our community, so we have begun creating flyers to share information about some of the cool things we do! You will be able to find the flyers here.
10 – Coming soon!
We want you to be up-to-date with all the fun things that have been happening in our unit! Feel free to reach out to us for more information.
IN SEARCH OF (ISO): Postdoctoral Scholar(s)
Know someone or you are someone who is looking for a postdoctoral research position then check out or position below!
Some of the students who play a vital role in our unit our graduating, and we just want to honor them and say… (flyer attached)
Nik Grünwald aided in the success of developing a highly detailed genetic tracking method of Agrobacterium! Read all about it here!
April 12, 2020 – ARSX Finalists!
Congratulations to our ARSX Finalists Man-yeon Choi, Nik Grünwald and Jana Lee!
Learn more about ARSX here!
Research Talks & Outreach
Learning is a continuous part of life and we strive to teach and learn with others- here you can find when our research talks and outreach events are happening or recent ones we have partook in.
We will provide links below as we are able to, thank you for your understanding!
May 1, 2020 – 2nd Annual Graduate Student Celebration
Congratulations to our Botany & Plant Pathology graduate students on a great job presenting their research proposals at the 2nd Annual Graduate Student Celebration!
- Michelle Soule presents her proposal to develop a quantitative molecular assay for root knot nematode identification
- Gabe Sacher presents his proposal on learning more about important diseases of nursery crops
- Alex Wong presents his proposal on integrated pest management of diseases in grapes
April 16, 2020 – Walt Mahaffee’s seminar “Rollers, Wakes, and Vortices- oh my! Turbulent transport of particles in sparse canopies” as part of the OSU Botany and Plant Pathology spring seminar series
You’ll be able to find all of our recent publications easily and in one spot- right here!
Earlier in 2020
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