Maharjan is new UNL soils and nutrient management specialist Tuesday, September 6, 2016Bijesh Maharjan joined the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agronomy and Horticulture faculty Sept. 6 as a soil and nutrient management specialist at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center. Maharjan will be responsible for conducting research and extension programs focused on improved soil productivity and precision nutrient management in irrigated, limited-irrigation and rain-fed crop and forage production systems in the Panhandle.
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture welcomes Elowsky Friday, September 2, 2016Christian Elowsky joined the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture Sept. 1 as a new assistant professor of practice. His current appointment is 60 percent teaching of plant science courses including an introductory botany course. He also will be developing a plant anatomy course and other hands-on courses and labs.
Nebraska native Keaschall joins UNL Agronomy and Horticulture Tuesday, August 30, 2016Forty-two years have passed since Joe Keaschall stepped onto the University of Nebraska–Lincoln campus as a self-described, farm-boy freshman from Ravenna, Nebraska. Now, he returns to his alma mater as an experienced scientist and research director with 38 years of plant breeding wisdom, looking forward to sharing his experiences and cutting-edge science with UNL graduate students.
IPM Calculator guides schools in pest intervention Thursday, August 25, 2016How do insects and rodents invade schools, and where do they hide? You might be surprised. Nebraska Extension’s Clyde Ogg, Jody Green and Jonathan Larson coordinated an Integrated Pest Management Coalition workshop answering those questions, and more.
Women in Science Workshop inspires Wednesday, August 24, 2016
The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture Graduate Student Association hosted the Women in Science Workshop–Challenges in Academia and Industry, on Aug. 5 in Plant Sciences Hall. This one-day workshop brought together students, faculty, staff and industry representatives to bring awareness of the opportunities available to women in science to further their studies and achieve more representation in academia and industry.