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(MU Undergraduate Research)Taking Her Research to Capitol Hill
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Education program, Mutant Millets inspires MU junior Sarah Gebken to grow in soil science and plant research
(MU Undergraduate Research)Taking Her Research to Capitol Hill, Education program, Mutant Millets inspires MU junior Sarah Gebken to grow in soil science and plant research READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth and MU to hire joint researchers
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The Danforth Center and the University of Missouri plan to deepen their relationship with the addition of four new researchers who will hold joint appointments at both institutions.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth and MU to hire joint researchers, The Donald Danforth Plant, , announced Tuesday, are years in the making and aim to give Danforth and MU more fluid access to each, have been talking with deans and department chairs at MU for several years about opportunities for "doing something jointly." Those talks accelerated with the appointment of MU Chancellor R. Bowen, scientists with established reputations and research programs, Carrington said. Two will be housed at MU
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, MU to Hire Four Joint Researchers
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Officials from the University of Missouri and the Danforth Center announced a new collaborative agreement that will lead to the hiring of four new researchers who enhance plant science research to benefit the state, nation and world.
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, MU to Hire Four Joint Researchers, Collaboration, of their partners since their founding,” MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin said. “This new collaboration will directly, at MU. The new four faculty members will have joint appointments at both institutions and will have tenure at MU. Costs for salaries, benefits and other expenses associated with the hiring of the faculty will be shared equally by MU and the Danforth Center. “The Danforth Center and the University
(The Columbia Daily Tribune) Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, MU Hire First of 4 in Joint Faculty Initiative
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The University of Missouri and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis has hired the first of four joint faculty members in a program aimed to attract scientists focused on plant science and agriculture innovation.
(The Columbia Daily Tribune) Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, MU Hire First of 4 in Joint, the partnership. Bob Sharp, director of MU’s Interdisciplinary Plant Group and professor of plant, as the first of these joint hires. We’re looking for colleagues that will breach this gap between MU, of the Interdisciplinary Plant Group community at MU, Sharp said. Meyers and one other faculty member will work at the Danforth Center, and two will have offices at MU. Read the full article here
(MU Undergraduate Research) Planting a Seed
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Senior biological sciences major Alex McClelland sees a lot more than green leaves when looking at a plant; he sees a living, complex organism with habits and functions similar to those of a human being.
(MU Undergraduate Research) Planting a Seed, Senior biological sciences major Alex McClelland sees a lot more than green leaves when looking at a plant; he sees a living, complex organism with habits and functions similar to those of a human being. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(University of Missouri) Building a Bridge to Success
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MU and Danforth Center collaborative agreement showcases Missouri's plant biology strength
(University of Missouri) Building a Bridge to Success, MU and Danforth Center collaborative agreement showcases Missouri's plant biology strength Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
Danforth Plant Science Center and University of Missouri Strengthen Regional Research and Education with New Joint Appointments
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Strategic Partnership Attracts Leaders in Plant Genome Editing and Epigenetics
Science Center and the University of Missouri - Columbia (MU) announced today that R. Keith Slotkin, Center and MU. They are the second and third faculty hired through a collaborative initiative, will have joint appointments and will hold tenure at MU. Slotkin started August 1 as associate member, Sciences, at MU. He will be housed at the Center’s Creve Coeur facilities. Yang’s appointment, starts on September 1. Yang will be housed on the MU campus. “The addition of Keith Slotkin and Bing
Danforth Center Collaborates with the University of Missouri to Hire Four Joint Researchers
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The Danforth Center and the University of Missouri are strengthening their collaboration with University of Missouri and will hire four new researchers who will hold joint appointments at both institutions and tenure at MU.
and tenure at MU. The agreement will give the Danforth Center and MU increased access to each, and MU will be recruited to fill the four positions. Two of the scientists will be housed at the Danforth Center while the other two will be housed at MU and will work on collaborative projects between Danforth and MU. “True to its mission, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has made a positive, their founding,” MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin said. “This new collaboration will directly link
Conversations Event to Highlight Partnership Between the Danforth Center and Mizzou
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Let's Talk About...People, Plants and Partnerships: The Mizzou Connection
, “The partnership between the University of Missouri (MU) and the Danforth Plant Science Center that led to my, at MU. Meyers joined the Center in early 2016 from the University of Delaware as the first of four hires in a joint faculty initiative to enhance plant science research between MU and the Danforth Center, is thriving throughout the region. The partnership between MU and the Danforth Center will enhance, , and Henry "Hank" C. Foley, Ph.D., interim chancellor of MU who will discuss the growing agtech industry
Strategic Partnership Attracts Plant Genomics Expert to Region
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Joint hiring initiative between Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and University of Missouri to strengthen regional plant science and education
. Louis and the University of Missouri (MU) announced today the joint hiring of Blake Meyers, Ph.D., at MU and the chance to have greater impact through entirely new types of collaboration.” Meyers, institutions. The new faculty members will have joint appointments and be eligible for tenure at MU, Center and MU has resulted in our first outstanding hire,” said Hank Foley, interim chancellor of MU, community,” said Bob Sharp, director of MU’s Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG) and professor of plant