Upcoming Events

Airborne Fluorescence Workshop hosted by CALMIT

9:00 am Nebraska East Union
Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies at the School of Natural Resources will host a four-day Airborne Fluorescence Workshop.

Airborne Fluorescence Workshop hosted by CALMIT

9:00 am Nebraska East Union
Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies at the School of Natural Resources will host a four-day Airborne Fluorescence Workshop.

Airborne Fluorescence Workshop hosted by CALMIT

9:00 am Nebraska East Union
Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies at the School of Natural Resources will host a four-day Airborne Fluorescence Workshop.

Airborne Fluorescence Workshop hosted by CALMIT

9:00 am Nebraska East Union
Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies at the School of Natural Resources will host a four-day Airborne Fluorescence Workshop.

Agronomy and Horticulture Seminar – Tony Adesemoye

3:30 pm Keim Hall
“Harnessing components of the root microbiome for integrated management of soilborne plant diseases,” will be presented by Tony Adesemoye, assistant professor and Disease Management Specialist, West Central Research and Extension Center, North …

SNR Documentary Series: Chasing Coral

7:00 pm Hardin Hall
The School of Natural Resource’s fall documentary series will continue with “Chasing Coral.” The event is free and open to the public.

Agronomy and Horticulture Seminar – Michael Castellano

3:30 pm Keim Hall
Presented by Michael Castellano, Frankenberger Professor of Soil Science, Agronomy, Iowa State University.

School of Natural Resources Seminar – Joe Dauer

3:30 pm Hardin Hall
Modeling to Learn Biology: Research on how students construct and interpret biological system models

School of Natural Resources Seminar – Dr. George Sugihara

1:00 pm–2:00 pm Hardin Hall
Since before the time of Aristotle and the natural philosophers, reductionism has played a foundational role in western scientific thought. The premise of reductionism is that systems can be broken down into constituent pieces and studied …

Agronomy and Horticulture Seminar – Roger Elmore

3:30 pm Keim Hall
“Serendipitous Applied Agronomy: Extension and research in the blender (and some philosophy),” presented by Roger Elmore, professor and Extension Cropping Systems Agronomist, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska– …