Seminars

Students working at the agricultural farm

Fall 2023 Schedule

Seminars will be held in person in New Hampshire Hall (G44) or available via Zoom

Seminar starts at 4:10 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

September 18 - Natalie Lounsbury, "Cover crops for climate adapted agriculture: my past, present, and future research"

September 25 - Radhika Rani (30 min), "Effect of gibberellic acid and cluster thinning on fruit quality, cluster quality, and yield in seedless table grape cultivars". Plus "Lightning Round: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to Share".

October 2 - Anna O'Brien, MCBS, "Finding the promise of plant-microbiomes: “genetic” variation, adaptive stress tolerance and applications".

October 16 - Fabian Menalled, Montana State University, "Beyond weed control: assessing ecological interactions in semiarid agroecosystems".

October 23 - David Barney, US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, "Hepcidin and the declines in iron status in physically active populations".

October 30 - Olivia Burton, "Understanding and strengthening food sovereignty and equity among Indigenous and Minority communities through a legal restorative justice framework".

November 6 - Adeel Arshad (30 min), "Supplementing a blend of essential oils to evaluate milk production and composition, and enteric methane emissions in Jersey cows transitioning from confinement to grazing systems." Plus "Lightning Round: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to Share".

November 13 - Bill Hawe, "Sport surfaces; where hoof meets grass. A scientific evaluation".

November 27 - Denise Pouliot, Cowasuk Band of the Pennacook - Abenaki People, "Indigenous Foods".

December 4 - Palash Mandal (30 min), "Soil moisture stress and management strategies drive phytoestrogen concentrations in forage legumes" and Anne Bodenrader (30 min), "Dairy products and brain health in the hispanic/latino population".

December 11 - Finals Week - Social

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zoom Info

You can attend any of these seminars by going to:

https://unh.zoom.us/j/6038623203

Or Telephone:

Dial: +1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 603 862 3203
International numbers available: https://unh.zoom.us/u/abmkaMe1p

Prior Seminars

Missed a seminar? You can watch our past seminars on our media page.