Spring 2023 Schedule
Seminars will be held in person in Nesmith Hall 125 or available via Zoom
Seminar starts at 12:40 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
February 2 - Dairy Field Tour, Fairchild Dairy
February 9 - Cheryl Parker, "Dangerously Immoral: How Women Created the Beer Industry (while becoming erased from it)"
February 16 - Tamanna Islam, "Incremental nicotinic acid supplementation to preweaned dairy calves: Effects on growth and rumen development"
Elise Neidecker, "Collaboration in New England’s Emerging Grain Chain: A proposed comparative case study of grain value chains"
March 2 - Tess Stahl, "Effects of Dietary Cation Anion Difference and Nicotinic Acid Supplementation on Prepartum Jersey Cows, Colostrum, and Calves"
March 9 - Cindy Zheng, "Dietary acculturation and alternative food network engagement to support health and wellbeing for immigrant comunities"
March 23 - Noereem Mena, "Nutrition during the first 1000 days of life"
March 29 - Dr. Ashante Reese, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin - "Special Seminar: Kick off for the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge"
March 30 - Anne Bodenrader, "Prospective associations of dairy consumption with cognitive function and depressive symptoms in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos"
Isabella Borrero, "The role of the microbiome in natural suppression of pythium-root rot in wood-fiber substrates"
April 6 - Olivia Burton, "Understanding and strengthening food sovereignty and equity among Indige nous and Minority Community Health Study/Study of Latinos"
April 13 - Natalie Lounsbury, "From soil health to human health: a proposal for interdisciplinary soybean research"
April 20 - Brooke Kelleher, "Mutli-level barriers and opportunities for fiber-rich food consumption in the New Hampshire Hispanic community"
April 27 - Radhika Rani, "Role of plant growth Rregulator giberrellic acid (GA) in improving the fruit quality of seedless table grape cultivars in the Northeastern United States"
Chris Guarino, "A review of the associations between artificial sweeteners and cognititve functioning"
May 4 - Mamta Kajal, "Developing crop wild relatives as germplasm resources for crop genetic improvement"
Dial: +1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 603 862 3203
International numbers available: https://unh.zoom.us/u/abmkaMe1p