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Undergraduate Elena Christian (McNellis Lab) won first place in the APS-Potomac Division Poster competition on March 23.
B.S. student Sara Getson discovers love for plant sciences through PPEM courses, faculty mentors, and lab experiences.
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.
The year 2016 was a successful one for Dr. Tim McNellis, several former and current advisees, and select undergraduates.
The Daily Collegian reports on the successful first year of the Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology undergraduate club.
Undergraduate Sara Getson reports on the Northeastern Division of the American Phytopathological Society's annual meeting held Oct. 19-21.
First lab meeting of academic year planned research and welcomed new member Chris Ramage.
Drew May's project was selected for funding through the College of Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Student Research program.
Plant Path and Mushroom Tech minors student Hunter Swisher was an invited member of a panel discussion organized by U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson.
The dept. congratulated the SROP and the Plant Friends and Foes students on the successful completion of their summer research.
Vegetable pathology team completes onion harvest at Larson Ag Research Center and SE Ag Research and Extension Center.
Dr. Alyssa Collins writes about undergraduate student interns and the beneficial day they spent in the Dept. of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology (PPEM) on June 29.
PPEM gave a special welcome today to six undergraduate students spending eight weeks this summer doing research and gaining valuable experience.
Amber Delhagen, a rising senior who works in Dr. Yinong Yang's lab, began a summer internship at DuPont Industrial Biosciences yesterday.
Dr. Cristina Rosa, Asst. Prof. of Plant Virology, introduces her new lab members and highlights recent lab accomplishments.
This year's Arbor Day Celebration at the Penn State Arboretum included a new PPEM station which focused on the role of microbes.
On April 19 the College of Agricultural Sciences hosted students from two Philadelphia high schools for Plant Sciences Recruitment Day.
Elena Christian, one of Dr. Tim McNellis's undergraduate students, was photographed while discussing her fire blight research at the 2016 Undergraduate Exhibition.
Dr. Paolo Margaria, Rosa lab postdoc, presented a seminar on plant viruses for Blooms and Shrooms, the PPEM undergraduate student club.
Fellowship program engages undergrads from minority-serving institutions and Penn State undergrads from underrepresented groups in active research and extension projects.
A dynamic group of undergraduate researchers and minors has formed Blooms & Shrooms, the first-ever PPEM undergraduate club.
Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences awarded Hunter Swisher more than $1,900 for his Undergraduate Student Research Proposal.
Penn State News this week features Sara Getson, Plant Science and French double major and Plant Pathology minor, whose long-time family tradition of mushroom hunting led to her dream of a plant science career.