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Current research discussions are presented by Graduate level students and NMSU faculty. Graduate Enrichment Seminar's are only held throughout Spring and Fall Semesters. Seminars will take place in Gerald Thomas Hall, Room 200, unless otherwise indicated.

Seminar Speaker Title
August 21 - No ClassNo Seminar
August 28 - TBATBA
September 4 - Dr. Paul Calvert, New Mexico Tech 3D Printing Plant Cells
September 11 - Mary O'Connell (PES) and Andres Cibils (ANRS)Agricultural Research and Practices in Israel
September 18 - Dave Shearer, Drew Kaczmareck, EH&SLaboratory Standard and Hazard Waste Refresher (ROOM CHANGE - GT Auditorium)
September 25 - Dr. Jeff Herrick, USDA ARS-Jornada Research UnitThe Global Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS): an opportunity for College-wide collaboration through the development of mobile apps and cloud-computing. If interested but unable to participate, please click Here for more information, or contact Jeff Herrick @ the Jornada
October 2 - Dr. Randy Shaw, BGNDRFBrackish Groundwater National Desalination Research Facility
October 9 - Bahar Yalcin (590)Desert Shrub/Tree Growth Performance Under Varied Irrigation Treatment
October 16 - Dr. Richard RichinsWhat role can NMSU play in supporting and advancing New Mexico's Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use (medicinal cannabis) Act?
October 23 - Dr. Brenda Buck, Professor, Geology, UNLV PES Distinguished Alumni 2015Natural Occurring Asbestos: What you don't know CAN hurt you
October 30 - Abishek Xavier (590)Yield and physiological response of different peanut genotypes under water-limited conditions
November 6 - Sukhbir Singh (694)Spring safflower:a future potential crop in arid and semi-arid regions
November 13 - Dr. Pei Xu, Civil Engineering, NMSUInnovative technologies for water reuse and resources recovery
November 20 - Subhankar Mandal (590)Selection Progress For Fusarium Basal Rot Resistance In Onions
November 27 - Thanksgiving HolidayNo Seminar
December 4 - Abdelraheem AbdelraheemGenetic Analysis of yield, fiber quality and abiotic stress tolerance in Pima cotton
December 11 - Finals WeekNo Seminar