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Alumna Carla Garzón visits PPEM faculty and students and delivers PPATH 590 seminar on March 13.
See photos from the PPEM Annual Winter Party held at Celebration Hall on Jan. 26.
Postdoc Sarah Capasso will be Asst Biosafety Officer in the Office of Environmental Health and Radiation Safety at the Univ. of Pennsylvania in Jan. 2017.
Congratulations to Dr. Brian Aynardi, who will be Northeast Research Scientist for PBI-Gordon Corporation following his Dec. graduation.
The year 2016 was a successful one for Dr. Tim McNellis, several former and current advisees, and select undergraduates.
Alumna Dr. Kira Bowen (B.S., 1980) led a manuscripts publication workshop and presented a seminar for the dept. on October 31.
Alumna Kimberly Kiel is a 2016 Houston Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award honoree.
Mushroom industry groups and an alumnus have donated to the Foundations for Leadership and Innovation Endowment in Plant Pathology.
Former mentee of Bill Merrill and former supervisor of Carolee Bull, Penn State alumnus and USDA ARS-Salinas Research Leader Jim McCreight visits PPEM.
The Daily Local News features Dr. David Beyer addressing West Chester area mushroom flies infestation.
One Ph.D. Plant Pathology graduate, one Mushroom Science Technology minor graduate, and five iMPS Homeland Security graduates join PPEM alumni.
2014 graduate Hilary Kessler Cheesman manages an Infectious Diseases and Immunology lab at UMass Medical School.
Alumna Dr. Kelly Ivors (Ph.D. 2002) presented a PPEM seminar about the strawberry industry's response to methyl bromide loss.
2011 graduate Steven Lee sends news of his work from the past five years and his new position in the Grape and Prunus Breeding Program.
Alumna Delphina Mamiro (Ph.D., Plant Pathology, 2007) makes a difference in the lives of women in Tanzania through teaching, research, and outreach programs.
Former PPEM undergrad researcher Kiel takes own quest for STEM diversity and inclusion to next level of paying it forward.
Penn State News features alumna Anna Testen (M.S. 2012) in Int'l Agriculture and Development (INTAD) dual-title degree program article.
Dr. David M. Beyer reflects on 25 years of service to Penn State and remembers some of those who helped to shape his career.
As of Dec. 7, 2015, PPEM alumnus Dr. Alamgir Rahman works as a postdoctoral researcher in NC State's Vegetable Pathology Lab.
Congratulations to Dr. Vasileios Bitas, who has accepted a position as a scientist with Symbiota in Cambridge, MA.
Ph.D. graduate and current postdoc Emily Pfeufer leaves this week to join the Plant Pathology faculty at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Our department's gratitude and pride in her work will continue after her departure. We wish Dr. Pfeufer well!