Ph.D. candidate Bastian Minkenberg was selected for Penn State's Alumni Association Dissertation Award of $5,000.
Congratulations to Phillip Martin, a 2017 awardee of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Alumna Carla Garzón visits PPEM faculty and students and delivers PPATH 590 seminar on March 13.
Ph.D. candidate Bastian Minkenberg successfully defended his dissertation on Feb. 27.
The Mushroom Research Center's new compost building and renovated growing rooms will maximize reliability of research results.
B.S. student Sara Getson discovers love for plant sciences through PPEM courses, faculty mentors, and lab experiences.
Carolee Bull and Laura Ramos-Sepúlveda were among collaborators for Spanish-growers session at the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention on Feb. 1.
A university-wide effort to promote the study of microbiomes leads to the creation of a center for microbiome research at Penn State.
M.S. student Genna Tesdall's research project was one of five student research projects awarded funding in the Fall 2016 grant cycle.
Ph.D. student Phillip Martin organized a Jan. 27 PPEM group tour to learn about the fruit industry in Adams County.
See photos from the PPEM Annual Winter Party held at Celebration Hall on Jan. 26.
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Freddy Magdama for successfully defending his dissertation on Jan. 20.
Carolee Bull gives memorial lecture at Southern African Society for Plant Pathology congress and plans 2017 collaborative research.
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Anita Behari for passing her comprehensive exam on Jan. 12.
McNellis lab undergraduate Elena Christian receives $2000 for her Spring 2017 student research proposal.
Geiser Lab undergraduate Clara Miller receives $2000 for her Spring 2017 student research proposal.
Dr. Yongho Jeon and his family arrive to begin sabbatical year in Kang lab.
Highly-qualified candidates are invited to apply for PPEM graduate research assistantships that begin Summer or Fall 2017.
Fungus-infecting virus could help track spread of white-nose syndrome in bats.
Know Thine Enemy is the first rule of research for the Bull Penn Lab