Margaria's awards provide opportunity to present research results at the XVII Int'l Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Congress.
Randy Dreibelbis, Plant Pathology Farm Operations Coordinator, sends photos from the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research 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.
Ph.D. candidate Malileh Safari passed her comprehensive exam on Friday, June 24.
Former mentee of Bill Merrill and former supervisor of Carolee Bull, Penn State alumnus and USDA ARS-Salinas Research Leader Jim McCreight visits PPEM.
Juan José López-Moya Gómez comes from Barcelona to join Marilyn Roossinck's lab as visiting postdoc.
Sara Klee has been selected to receive $1,000 from the Leonard J. Francl Endowment in support of her graduate research in plant pathology .
Sara May was awarded $1,400 from the Larry J. Jordon Memorial Endowment in support of her field research in plant pathology.
Two high school students join the Rosa Lab for the College of Agricultural Sciences Summer Experience (CASSE).
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.
Ph.D. candidate Bastian Minkenberg's research was included in UC-Berkeley's first Plant Genome Engineering Symposium this week.
The Daily Local News features Dr. David Beyer addressing West Chester area mushroom flies infestation.
Research Support Technologist Vija Wilkinson aids Int'l Space Station Mission 8.
New Penn State research initiative part of White House microbiome event.
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), an academic consortium of the Big Ten universities plus the U. of Chicago, selected Carolee Bull as a Department Executive Officer Fellow.
The Univ. of Delaware's UDaily web article features Chris Ramage, who will join PPEM this summer as a new Ph.D. student.
One Ph.D. Plant Pathology graduate, one Mushroom Science Technology minor graduate, and five iMPS Homeland Security graduates join PPEM alumni.
PPEM received notification on May 6 that Dr. Yinong Yang has been promoted to the rank of full professor.
Dr. Cristina Rosa, Asst. Prof. of Plant Virology, introduces her new lab members and highlights recent lab accomplishments.