CARD hosts sustainability symposium
CARD hosted the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Sustainability Symposium on Thursday, April 13. The symposium was designed to bring together representatives of the college’s departments and research centers to discuss sustainable agriculture efforts, including identifying opportunities for research, teaching, and extension.
Approximately 150 experts from across the college attended the symposium, which featured several panel sessions and a poster session with 75 posters detailing research in the college. Catherine Woteki, a former CALS dean and USDA undersecretary, was a featured speaker and focused on the federal government’s sustainability efforts.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences dean Wendy Wintersteen delivers open remarks at the symposium
Catherine Woteki discusses agriculture sustainability at the federal level
Research posters on display at the CALS Sustainability Symposium
(left to right) Jason Ross, Kevin Keener, Cathy Kling, and Patrick Schnable participate in a panel of center directors and extension/outreach
(Released April 2017)