Students in the sustainable agriculture and food systems minor (SAFS) through the Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences gain real-world perspective in agriculture in a diverse classroom.
Dr. Amor Ines joined Michigan State University's Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences in 2015 as an assistant professor, continuing his work to help farmers in developing countries manage climate-related risks.
As MSU adopts a new scheduling system for the coming academic year, Susan Gruber, the new undergraduate advisor for the agronomy and turfgrass students, encourages students to make academic advising appointments a priority.
Q&A with Timothy Leblanc, Freshman, Turfgrass Management & Golf, Institute of Agricultural Technology, Internship: Meadowbrook Country Club; Northville, MI
Since 2003, IT Professional Cal Bricker has provided the Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences at Michigan State University technology support to faculty, staff and graduate students.
The use of nitrogen fertilizer on switchgrass crops can produce a sharp increase in emissions of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas up to 300 times more harmful than carbon dioxide and a significant driver of global climate change.
Brad Day, associate professor and department chair for research in MSU's Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences, was interviewed recently by President Lou Anna K. Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis on MSU Today.
Dr. Joan Rose was awarded the 2016 Stockholm Water Prize at the United Nation's World Water Day. She was honored for her contributions to global public health, including her research on human health in water.
Michigan State University professor Joan Rose is the 2016 recipient of the Stockholm Water Prize, announced today at the United Nation's World Water Day celebration in Geneva.
Joseph Byrum and Thomas Snyder, both alumni from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will be recognized with Outstanding Alumni Awards by the CANR Alumni Association.
In the early morning, in a farm building surrounded by fields full of snow, James Kelly prepares to test the latest research models with his colleagues.