Plant and Soil Science Seminar Series
PSS 393: Fall 2018 Seminars
Friday, 1:00 - 2:00pm
Location: Jeffords 112
Coordinating committee: Eric Bishop von Wettberg, Vic Izzo, Erika Bueno, Allen Wilder
For more information contact Eric Bishop von Wettberg <Eric.Bishop-Von-Wettberg@uvm.edu>
Seminars are free and open to the public.
All are Welcome!
Appreciation is due to the William T. Raymond Memorial Fund for making
this series possible.
|Sep 7||GUND Tea, Johnson House, 617 Main Street||Assistant Professor Eric Bishop von Wettberg, Plant and Soil Science, GUND Affiliate, UVM|
|Sep 14, STAFFORD 101||Beginning to End Hunger: Food and the Environment in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and Beyond||Jahi Chappell , Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) at Coventry University in the United Kingdom|
|Sep 21||Transformative Adaptation; climate disasters, food security and agriculture||Richard Choularton, Senior Consultant, TetraTech, UN World Food Programme Disaster Coordinator|
|Sep 28||Soil, Plant, Animal, and Human Health in Organic Agroecosystems||Ariena van Bruggen, Professor Emeritus, Plant Pathology, U Florida|
|Oct 5||Ecological genomics to uncover the adaptive significance of seed dormancy in legumes||Professor Petr Smykal, visiting scholar, Olymuck University, Czech Republic|
|Oct 12||Experiences in Lebanon: Strategies for Improving Apple Markets||Terence Bradshaw, Research Associate Plant and Soil Science, UVM|
|Oct 19||Green stormwater infrastructure capacity in Vermont towns and design and participatory processes to provide cultural ecosystem services||Holly Greenleaf, MS candidate, Plant and Soil Science, UVM Faculty Advisor Stephanie Hurley|
|Oct 26||Quinoa re-domestication||Tom Davis, Professo of Genetics, Evolutionary Biology, University of New Hampshire|
|Nov 2||Repelling swede midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), a brassica specialist, using non-host essential oils||Chase Statton PhD candidate Plant and Soil Science, UVM Faculty Advisor Yolanda Chen|
|Nov 16||Laura Martin|
|Nov 30||From being wild to being cultivated: trans-regulatory variants dominate the domesticated phenotype in chili pepper fruits||Professor. Angelica Cibrían-Jaramillo, LANGEBIO-CINVESTAV, Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico|