The Plant Sciences Graduate Student Council will host the third annual symposium this Fall titled Transforming Innovation into New Resources for Plant Science. There will be several distinguished speakers, opportunities for discussion with colleagues, and catered food.
Attendance is free but registration is required as space is limited.
** This year the symposium will also be available via online streaming for those unable to attend in person. Registration for the webcast is also free.**
Dr. Nathan Springer, University of Minnesota
Dr. Jim Myers , Oregon State University
Dr. Sherry Flint-Garcia, USDA-ARS, Colombia, MO
Dr. Edgar Spalding, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Richard Vierstra, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Andy Baumgarten, DuPont Pioneer
For more information about our speakers and the talks they will be giving, visit our speakers page.
The 2013 Plant Sciences Symposium was organized by the Plant Sciences Graduate Student Council at UW-Madison.
Although this is a student-run event, we would not be able to accomplish everything without help from many others. Funding for this symposium has been graciously provided by DuPont Pioneer and the Associated Students of Madison as well as the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agronomy, and the Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics Graduate Program.
We would also like to acknowledge the support of the faculty in our various departments.