Graduate Research Seminar Series

HORT 792

Nutrien Building Room 163

Fall Semester
Tuesdays 12-1 p.m.

Please email Dr. Jessica Prenni with questions about this seminar series.

Seminar Schedule

8/22Graduate Students (ALL) only Jessica Prenni, Ph.D. HLA Graduate Program Director 
8/29Optimizing Inputs: Production and Instruction in Controlled Environments
(Promotion & Tenure Talk)
Josh Craver, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, HLA
09/05Landscape Horticulture and the Flower Trial Program at CSU
(Promotion & Tenure Talk)
Chad Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
09/12Mentoring and Research MisconductKim Cox-York, Ph.D.
Research Integrity Officer, CSU
09/19XLSOR – A CSU Lab-to-Life Start-Up that Enables Accurate, Data-Driven Fruit Harvest and Sales PlanningIoannis Minas, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, HLA
09/26Envisioning a Diverse Agricultural Landscape in the Corn BeltLinda Prokopy, Ph.D.
Professor & Department Head, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Purdue University
10/03Programming Plants with Synthetic BiologyArjun Khakhar, Ph.D.
10/10A genomic retrospective of sugar beet breeding over the past 6 decadesKevin Dorn, Ph.D.
Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS
10/17People, Plans and Plant - A Garden AdventureDavid Creech, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Stephen F. Austin State (SFA) University, Department of Agriculture, Director of the SFA Gardens
10/24Genetic improvement of Horticultural Crops with Advanced Breeding ToolsAlfred Huo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Horticultural Science, University of Florida
10/31Colorado Native Plant Finishing ProtocolsAllisa Linfield
Graduate Student, HLA
11/07Bacteriomes of peaches and cover cropsDerek Newberger
Graduate Student, HLA
11/14Examining the impact of wavelength specificity, photoperiod duration, and red to far-red ratio on leaf morphological responses to end-of-day lighting for controlled-environment productionAnthony Percival
Graduate Student, HLA
11/28Genomics of Carotenoid Bioaccessibility in Sorghum GrainRae McDowell
Graduate Student, HLA
12/05Climate and Climate Change in ColoradoRuss Schumacher, Ph.D.
Professor and Colorado State Climatologist, Department of Atmospheric Science