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Horticulture and Natural Resources

Seminar Schedule

Broaden your horizons about a variety of topics and support our speakers with your attendance!

2018 HNR Spring Seminar Schedule

Feb 27
Konstantinos Batziakas, Karl Noren, HNR,
~ Effect of the High Tunnel Production System on the Quality Characteristics of Spinach
~ Bobwhite Quail are Cuter than Coyotes: Taxonomic Bias in Wildlife Attitudes
Mar 6
Andres Leon-Reyes, Denisse Nassar, HNR,
~ "Give Me Your Best Shot" Social Media, Photography Behavior and Tour Operators Outcomes at the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
~ Monitoring the Effectiveness of Streambank Stabilization Projects in Northeast Kansas
Mar 13
Ashley Kelly, Nicholas Mitchell, HNR,
~ Immersive Zoo Experience for Conservation Stewardship: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Taringa Zoo's Tiger Trek in Driving Behaviour Change in Zoo Guests
~ Proposed Research on Windmillgrass and Results Thus Far
Mar 20
No Seminar - Spring Break
Mar 27
Ryan Armbrust, Tyler Cribbs, HNR
~ Adventitious Rooting of Male Eastern Redcedar
~ Using Field Based Non-Sequential Visual-Based Methods to Determine Visual-Bias for Visitors at Buffalo National River
Apr 3
Jesse Gillmore, HNR, Evaluation of a Kansas City Metro Area Farmer Apprentice Program
Apr 10
Erin Bailey, Max Larreur, HNR,
~ Edible Landscapes on Public Grounds
~ Local and Landscape Effects on the Spatial Distribution of Muskrats
Apr 17
Mingying Xiang, HNR, Establishment and Evaluation of Seeded Zoysiagrass/Tall Fescue Polystands and Unique Zoysiagrass Genotypes in Kansas
Apr 24
Stuart Sprague, HNR, Expression of ATGRXS17 in Maize Increases Yield under Heat Stress
May 1POSTERS - TH 1027

Note: All seminars are on Tuesdays, at 4 pm, in Throckmorton 2024 unless otherwise noted (**). Refreshments are served at 3:45. Watch for flyers posted around our Department prior to each seminar.  Everyone is welcome.

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