Friday, 01 Apr 2022
Join us for this Kinesiology Pease Scholar Seminar featuring Dr. Roger Enoka, professor from the University of Colorado - Boulder.
Monday, 04 Apr 2022
Join this Department of Horticulture Graduate Seminar to hear ISU graduate student Jaden Gimondo discuss research into characterizing the growth, morphology and plant tissue nutrient concentrations of six different culinary herbs using organic turkey litter fertilizer applications in response to the recent commercial production adoption of containerized growing conditions.
Tuesday, 05 Apr 2022
Join this session of the Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology Promising Scientist Research Series to hear Elora Lopez-Nandam, a Hope for Reefs postdoctoral fellow at California Academy of Sciences, discuss research into how studying somatic mutation rates and within-colony variation has yielded insights into DNA repair mechanisms that coral may employee.
Wednesday, 06 Apr 2022
Participants will discuss risk in human subjects research and approaches for minimizing or mitigating risk. We'll also examine confidentiality and data security measures to protect research subjects.
Thursday, 07 Apr 2022
Collaborations with subrecipients are an essential part of research, but how do we properly manage subrecipients? Join OSPA and SPA as we examine the Uniform Guidance's expanded requirements for subrecipient monitoring on federal financial assistance awards.This training will enhance your understanding of how subrecipient collaborations work and will prepare you to meet the Uniform Guidance's requirements for subrecipient monitoring.
Monday, 11 Apr 2022
Join this seminar to hear Kirsten Kurtz, Manager at the Cornell Soil Health Laboratory and Research Support Specialist with Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, discuss measuring and quantifying soil health through the Comprehensive Assessment of Soil Health (CASH). Gain a behind the scenes look at some unique apparatuses used in the Cornell Soil Health Laboratory and learn more about Kirstens research into soil degradation in agriculture practices.
Monday, 18 Apr 2022
So you know you can't begin collecting your research data before getting IRB approval, but what about using secondary data? Join us for this in-depth discussion about secondary data. This session is most useful for attendees who have completed IRB 101 or have basic knowledge of IRB principles and processes.
Join this Department of Horticulture Seminar to hear Dr. Brandon Miller, assistant professor in the Department of Horticultural Science from the University of Minnesota, discuss the need to identify, develop, and utilize diverse species and selections of landscape plants capable of tolerating the demands of a changing climate as a forefront issue in horticulture in the Upper Midwest.
Monday, 25 Apr 2022
Seminar: Exploring Perennial Groundcover Species Compatibility with Maize and Their Effects on Soil Water and Nutrient Dynamics
Join this Department of Horticulture Graduate Seminar to hear Patrick Galland, Horticulture graduate student at Iowa State University, discuss research into the use of perennial ground cover with maize. The focus was primarily on how the soil water and available nutrients were impacted with the goal to indentify which combination of factors had the greatest influence on grain yield reductions.