Graduate Student Spotlight from the Office of Research and Engagement

Last week, the Office of Research and Engagement interviewed one of our students and featured them in the recent graduate student spotlight. Please look below for a snippet of their newsletter and be sure to click the link below for the full story!     A newsletter from the Office of Research and Engagement     Matthew Longmire grew up on his family farm in Clinton, TN, so it was no surprise that he became interested in research on agricultural systems. The fact that he can do this while incorporating another life-long fascination—bugs—is just the icing on the cake. Longmire is a graduate student in entomology and plant pathology at the UT Institute of Agriculture, and his research studies the

2020 Awards for EPP Faculty & Staff

  On August 21, 2020, the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture presented more than 30 awards and promotions to Institute personnel. Among these were Drs. Alan and Mark Windham and Kimberly Campbell. Congratulations!   Awards Cavender Outstanding Award for Best Publication “Established by Dutch Cavender, former director of communications, and his wife, Marilee, this award recognizes excellence in the development of published material produced by professionals in the Institute of Agriculture. This year, we recognize two publications series. These co-winners were chosen from peer-reviewed publications produced by units of UTIA.”                                  Alan S. Windham & Mark T. Windham The Plant Pathologist Brothers received this

Virtual Milan No-Till Field Day

Field day registration is now open at milannotill.tennessee.edu. Register soon to receive a FREE GIFT while supplies last.
The virtual field day begins on July 23. Everything is online — no activities will be taking place at the AgResearch and Education Center at Milan that day. Presentations will remain available on the field day website after July 23, so you can view it at your convenience.