Congratulations to Laura del Sol Bautista Jalón for her funded proposal supported by the James F. and Marilyn L. Tammen Memorial Endowment for International Plant Pathology.
USDA ARS Research Plant Pathologist Bill Wintermantel was the seminar speaker on October 17.
Minkenberg in Des Moines Oct 8-15 for Monsanto’s Beachell-Borlaug Int'l Scholars Program activities.
Dr. Scott Isard joins group of world's experts to present latest research and discuss effects of climate on microbes, insects, and host-plant interactions.
Ph.D. candidate Yueying Chen successfully defended her dissertation research on October 6.
Penn State Agricultural Council honors Smyth as an outstanding leader in the Pennsylvania agricultural community.
Terrence Bell has accepted the offer to become PPEM's new Assistant Professor of Phytobiomes on February 1.
Lake Erie Grape Research and Ext Center Research Technologist Bryan Hed was seminar speaker on Sept. 26.
Plant Pathology Association volunteers participate in apple harvest at Rock Springs Sept. 24-25.
Dr. Frank Martin, USDA/ARS Research Plant Pathologist, gave a departmental seminar on Sept. 19.
Summer interns Fenstermacher and Finley brought to fruition Penn State Node launch on Bugwood site.
PPEM's annual Fall Welcome Potluck was held September 16 to introduce new dept. members.
First lab meeting of academic year planned research and welcomed new member Chris Ramage.
Alumna Kimberly Kiel is a 2016 Houston Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award honoree.
Dr. Paolo Margaria was selected by the Penn State Postdoctoral Society for the 2016 Outstanding Postdoc Award.
UC Riverside Associate Professor and Associate Plant Pathologist Dr. James Ng was the Sept 12 PPEM Colloquium Series speaker.
Congratulations to Laura del Sol Bautista Jalón for passing her oral candidacy exam on Sept. 8.
The Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Plant Biology has voted unanimously to admit Dr. Carolee Bull into the Graduate Faculty of the Plant Biology Program.
Hockett will join PPEM as an Assistant Professor of Microbial Ecology and will be a Lloyd Huck Early Career Professor in the Huck Institute of Life Sciences.
Drew May's project was selected for funding through the College of Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Student Research program.