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Neely-Kinyon Field Day

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ALUM OF THE MONTH: JAKE POTTER

Jake Potter is a Landscape Designer at Garden Design, Inc. in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas Hometown:  Monroe, Iowa Major and Graduation Date:  Horticulture – May 2015. Major Job/Position Responsibilities:  I design landscapes for home builders and homeowners. What you like most about your Job/Position:  I like getting to be creative.  I’ve done just about everything in…


Alum of the Month: Katrina Lansman

Katrina Lansman is the Project Manager at Lanoha Nurseries in Omaha, Nebraska. Hometown:  Harlan, Iowa Major and Graduation Date:  Bachelor of Science in horticulture with a focus in landscape design, Fall 2015.  Master of Science in horticulture, Fall 2016. Major Job/Position Responsibilities:  At Lanoha Nurseries I am working directly under a very talented designer where…


MICHAEL DOSMANN NAMED KEEPER OF THE LIVING COLLECTIONS OF THE ARNOLD ARBORETUM

BOSTON, MA:  The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is pleased to announce that is has named Dr. Michael S. Dosmann as Keeper of the Living Collections, a rare and (nearly) singular honor bestowed by the institution.  Curator of the Living Collections at the Arboretum since 2007, Dr. Dosmann’s new title reflects his outstanding stewardship of…


ALUM OF THE MONTH

Name:  Emily Swihart Title and Company:  Design Specialist/Field Coordinator with Trees Forever Hometown:  New Liberty, Iowa Major and Graduation Date:  Horticulture, May 2007 Major Job/Position Responsibilities:  I am responsible for volunteer coordination in eastern Iowa, I managee our Trails Visioning Program and I am the landscape designer on staff with my work focusing on trail…


CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. CINDY HAYNES

Dr. Cindy Haynes has been selected to receive the 2017 American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) Outstanding Undergraduate Educator Award.  Cindy will be officially honored at the Awards Ceremony during the 114th ASHS Annual Conference in Hawaii in September.  Congratulations Cindy!


GLOBAL FOOD AND AGRICULTURE: CHINA

Sixteen Global Resource Systems students studied how social, economic, and natural resource systems impact food and agriculture production, processing, and consumption during a two-week long study abroad course to China led by Mrs. Maggie Sprecher, Dr. Kevin Duerfeldt, and Dr. Shui-zhang Fei.  The class traveled from Beijing south through rural districts and finally ended in…


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