Michael "Mick" O'Neill
Professor Agronomy, Agricultural Science Center at Farmington
Professor, Plant & Environmental Sciences
|Expertise||Crops, Ecology and Conservation, Water|
|Expertise Detail||Hybrid poplar drip irrigation, biofuels, crop variety trials, water conservation.|
|Office Location||300 Road 4063, Farmington Nm 87401|
|Education||PhD. Agronomy and Plant Genetics 1979-1982 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
M.S. Soil and Water Science 1977-1979 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Diploma Social Ecology 6/75-8/75 Goddard College, Plainfield, VT B.S.
Biology/Chemistry 1966-1971 Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
|Experience||Professor, Plant & Environmental Sciences 2010 - present
Associate Professor & Superintendent July 2005-2010
Assistant Professor & Superintendent 1999-2005, New Mexico State University
Senior Scientist Agronomist/Agroforester 1991-1999
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
Assistant Professor Agronomist 1989-1991, University of Missouri
Senior Agronomist 1985-1989, Development Alternatives, Inc.
International Intern 1982-1984, International Crop Research Institute for the semi-arid Tropies (ICRISAT)
Graduate Research Associate 1979-1982, University of Arizona
Graduate Research Assistant 1977-1979, University of Arizona
Research Assistant 1976-1977, University of Arizona, Agricultural Research Station, Yuma, AZ
Peace Corps Volunteer 1971-1974, Ghana & Burkina Faso, West Africa
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