The vision is to develop training videos, eBooks, and other digital materials for use in distance learning on the conservation and use of plant germplasm.
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Hand sanitizer is typically 70% ethanol, and the inclusion of aloe vera makes the solution a gel that’s perfect for preserving some insects in a vial.
From an outsider’s perspective, the prospect of teaching horticulture during a pandemic, when courses are strictly taught online, seems near impossible. But for the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, the pivot wasn’t as difficult as one might think.
In a year that’s been besieged by epic wildfires and a global pandemic, 2020 is playing out with its share of alarming headlines. In the past few weeks, a new contender for concern has landed headlines above the fold — the so-called “murder hornets.”
Most students majoring in the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture obtain real-life industry experience before they’re even handed a diploma.
During the 2020 College of Agricultural Sciences Awards, longtime faculty member of the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Jim Klett, was awarded the Lee Sommers Agricultural Sciences Distinguished Career Award.
It’s often said that what you get out of college is only as great as what you put in. For Linc Thomas, it’s been a fruitful journey.
On Monday, April 27, the College of Agricultural Sciences held its annual awards ceremony, only this year was a bit different: The entire ceremony took place via Microsoft Teams.
The College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management is getting a bit of a rebrand this year. The department recently had its name approved to Agricultural Biology.