2018 Spring DPH Students
Doctor of Plant Health

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The world critically needs more sustainable production systems for food, fuel, fiber and landscapes. The Doctor of Plant Health (DPH) program is a professional program that offers an exciting opportunity to those who want to be leaders and make a difference in these productions systems. Graduates from the program are in high demand; we are experiencing 100% employment upon graduation.

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Dr. Lee Briese (photo credit - Craig Chandler)

Dr. Lee Briese

Dr. Lee Briese

Final DPH Seminar

Science Communication in Agriculture: the Role of the Trusted Adviser

You can watch it here:

https://unl.zoom.us/recording/play/0DsPPOWoZOaRfSA9-Vahp-uBiY7GLGfbRilNCfEI4uhLruP3fxHiyz4IA4CmxPRy?continueMode=true

(photo credit: Craig Chandler - UNL Office of University Communication)

UNL Graduate Commencement - May 3rd, 2019 DPH Graduates - Photo Credit: Craig Chandler, Office of University Communication

May 2019 Commencement

Congratulations to our most recent DPH graduates!

Dr. Christopher Wynn, Dr. Lee Briese, Dr. Sarah Blecha, & Dr. Salvador Ramirez II

(photo credit: Craig Chandler, Office of University Communication)

Adam Striegel

Striegel receives Holling Family Award for Teaching Excellence

Adam Striegel, a University of Nebraska–Lincoln Doctor of Plant Health student and an agronomy master's student specializing in weed science, received a Teaching Excellence Award.

The award is one of ten Holling Family Awards for Teaching Excellence given to Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources senior faculty, junior faculty and teaching assistants each year. All three award categories honor outstanding teaching with an emphasis on imaginative and creative teaching efforts in carrying out IANR educational programs.

Full story at: https://agronomy.unl.edu/news/striegel-receives-holling-family-award-teaching-excellence