What is your life mission? Do you have the skills to achieve your long term goals? Are you making time to work on tasks that are important but not urgent? These are some of the questions posed by plant pathologist Carolee Bull during the “How to be your own best mentor” workshop on October 10.
Roy L. Millar, Ph.D. ’55, professor emeritus of plant pathology, died August 18. Millar began his career as a plant scientist with the Canadian Department of Agriculture, returning to Cornell in 1959, where he served as a faculty member in the Department of Plant Pathology.
SIPS is a co-sponsor of the 2018 Grad Student Diversity Preview Weekend, aimed at lowering the barriers experienced by underrepresented minorities when considering graduate school. Application deadline is December 1, 2017
New research reveals varying levels of mold contamination in commercial sea salts. Among those molds were important food spoilage molds like Aspergillus and Penicillium, and even some notorious producers of mycotoxins.
Julie Carroll, fruit IPM coordinator and senior extension associate in PPPMB, has led the launch of a revamped Cornell Fruit Resources website. “The site is a one-stop shop for commercial fruit growers to access the wealth of information available through Cornell to help them solve production, pest, food safety, business and other problems.”