Seminars & News
The five SIPS sections host regular seminars, attendance of which can be logged online for credit.
- Horticulture, Monday, 12:20 p.m., 404 Plant Science
Zoom link | View all Horticulture seminars
- Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology - AgriTech, Tuesday, 11:20 a.m., A134 Barton Lab
Zoom link | View all PPPMB-Agritech seminars
- Plant Breeding & Genetics, Tuesday, 12:20 p.m., 135 Emerson
Zoom link | View all Plant Breeding & Genetics seminars
- Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology - Ithaca, Wednesday, 12:20 p.m., 404 Plant Science
Zoom link | View all Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology seminars
- Soil and Crop Sciences, Thursday, 12:20 p.m., 135 Emerson
Zoom link | View all Soil and Crop Sciences seminars
- Plant Biology, Friday, 12:20 p.m., 404 Plant Science
Zoom link | View all Plant Biology seminars
SIPS members receive a weekly email listing SIPS section seminars for the current week, SIPS section seminars for the week following, and other upcoming seminars and events of relevant to plants, soil, climate, and agriculture. Email ML16 [at] cornell.edu to be added to the mailing list.
Recordings of many past seminars can be viewed at the SIPS seminar playlist.
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- plant-seminar-l: an opt-in that includes people wishing to receive the SIPS Monday News & Events email who may not be included on the AG-SIPS-DG list. Contact Magdalen Lindeberg (ML16) to be added
- plant-postdocs-l: an opt-in list to which all SIPS postdocs are added
- SIPS-GRADS-l: an opt-in list to which all SIPS grad students are added
- AG-SIPS-Faculty-DG: contains all SIPS faculty
- AG-SIPS-Faculty-Plus-DG: contains all SIPS tenured/tenure-track faculty, senior research associates, senior extension associates, senior lecturers, and anyone else involved in teaching
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