“Entomology’s role in sustainability: Filling a hole or filling the whole?”
DPH Newsletter - February 2021
DPH Conversations - with Dr. Roger Elmore
Dr. Roger Elmore, EMERITUS Professor, Heuermann Chair and Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute Faculty Fellow, discusses the DPH program and its graduates.
"I think that it's [the DPH degree is] going to give a head start into improving food productivity and security and sustainability in the long run." - Dr. Elmore
Striegel's Thesis Papers Published in Weed Technology
Adam Striegel, M.S. and current DPH student, had his thesis papers: Control of glyphosate/glufosinate-resistant volunteer corn in corn resistant to aryloxyphenoxypropionates, published in the latest issue of Weed Technology.
Dr. Briese - Parade
A Conversation with Ted Matthews
Dr. Lee Briese - Successful Farming Magazine
Recent DPH graduate, Dr. Lee Briese is featured in the November issue of Successful Farming magazine. Congratulations, Lee!
Dr. Sal Ramirez and DPH student Lindsay Overmyer attended the AFA Opportunity Fair on November 8th in Kansas City!
You can read more about AFA here: http://www.agfuture.org/s/1342/rd16/index3.aspx?sid=1342&gid=1&pgid=1334
IANR Fellowship Luncheon
Congratulations to Brett Lynn on receiving the William J. Curtis Fellowship.
The Curtis Fellowships are awarded to UNL Doctor of Plant Health (DPH) students with outstanding qualifications and interest in pursuing the DPH degree in any plant health related area (agriculture, horticulture, regulatory, etc.). These Fellowsihps are competivively awarded to outstanding students who have been accepted into the DPH program. Selection is based on student potential as measured by undergraduate performance, professional experience, and leadership qualities.