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Lisa Nunamaker – Farewell Reception

Department of Horticulture faculty and staff bid farewell to Lisa Nunamaker at a reception on Friday, April 21. Lisa will be departing from our department on May 15, 2023 to work full-time on her business. We wish you the best, Lisa. We will miss you!

SHADE TREE SHORT COURSE – 67 years… AND counting!

SHADE TREE SHORT COURSE – 67 years… AND counting! FEBRUARY 21-23, 2023 REGISTER EARLY! CONFERENCE REGISTRATION REGISTER EARLY Advanced registration is required due to the multiple workshop format. ONLINE Complete online form and pay with credit card at MAIL Contact Amanda Ruckdaschel at or 515.296.3443 to assist with mailed registrations. QUESTIONS? •…

Congratulations to Dr. Kathleen Delate on being named a Fellow in the American Society of Agronomy.

MADISON, WI, Jul 06, 2022 – The American Society of Agronomy (ASA) announces the following 2022 award recipient to be formally presented at the ASA Awards Ceremony on 2022-11-08 during the scientific society’s Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. The annual awards are presented for outstanding contributions to agronomy through education, national and international service, and…

Faculty Promotions

The Board of Regents, State of Iowa has approved the following promotions for two faculty members in our department: Dr. Adam Thoms – promoted to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure Dr. Cindy Haynes – promoted to the rank of Professor

Emily Zimmerman and Adam Thoms receive CALS Early Achievement Awards.

Iowa State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences honored faculty and staff with awards in teaching, advising, research, extension and outreach, diversity and global engagement during a ceremony on March 10. Emily Zimmerman, assistant professor in natural resource ecology and management and global resource systems, received the Early Achievement in Teaching Award. In addition…

Delate Works with Rodale Institute on New FFAR grant

Iowa State University is part of a new study funded by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) to explore possible links between soil health, the nutritional value of plants and human health.

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