Eva Henningsen successfully passed her Master's thesis.
Plant Pathology members recognized at the 2021 CFANS Spring College Assembly
As Spring Semester enters its final weeks, it is time to take a breath, reflect on all this school year has brought, and celebrate the small and large accomplishments of our colleagues.
At the last faculty assembly meeting, a proposal was made by the Education Committee to no longer require a GRE score with new student applications.
Plant Pathology Stands in Support of Asian and Asian American Students, Staff, and Faculty.
Looking for a recommended read on antiracism? What to find UMN resources that promote equity but don’t know where to start? Plant Pathology has established a new resource page.
On February 17-19, 2021, via Zoom. Thirteen top applicants joined us to showcase our program, faculty, staff, and students
New invasive species Corn Tar Spot may be Minnesota corn farmers’ newest challenge. Where does it come from? How fast will it spread? What helps it develop? Researchers at the Minnesota Invasive Terrestrial Plants and Pests Center are on the case.
When the average consumer takes a bite of a sandwich or scoops up a spoonful of cereal, they may not realize that the essential grain they’re enjoying — wheat — supplies approximately 20 percent of the caloric intake for humans globally.
At the change of seasons, it is a very human thing to reflect back on what was happening a year ago…even when that year was as unpopular as 2020.