Faculty and Staff in the Media

Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources recently did a feature story on Jenny Keshwani. Encouraging Everyone to Join STEM Career Fields

Abbas Atefi, Yufeng Ge and Santosh Pitla were featured on Nebraska Today for being part of Nebraska in the national news: July 2019

IANR News highlighted Biological Systems Engineering faculty for winning several awards at the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers annual international meeting in Boston. Biological systems engineering sees success at ASABE meeting

Suat Irmak and Meetpal Kukal were featured on Nebraska Today for their research in a 65-year comparative analysis between U.S. yields of irrigated and rain-fed crops. Their study found U.S. yield-gap trends varying by crop, region. Gap growing between irrigated, rain-fed crop yields

Yufeng Ge was mentioned in a Nebraska Today article, Nebraska team merges machine learning, plant genetics to maximize sorghum potential for his help in a research project that is among the first to unite artificial intelligence and plant science.

The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers recently featured Deepak Keshwani for receiving the A. W. Farrall Young Educator Award. Five Earn Recognition for Early-Career Achievements

IANR News recently featured a photo of Jenny Keshwani from their August 22-28, 2019 activities.

Nebraska Today’s Nebraska in the national news: August 2019 mentioned five Biological Systems Engineering Faculty. Santosh Pitla was featured on Progressive Farmer for his precision-agriculture research. Yufeng Ge is part of a Husker research team that was featured in several articles for their research to develop a rapid, efficient method for characterizing the functions of genes in sorghum. Suat Irmak and Meetpal Kukal research is part of several stories about quantifying the benefits of irrigation among nine U.S. crops by analyzing yields from 1950 to 2015. Rick Stowell was interviewed for the Midwest Messenger article on setting up hog barn operations in Nebraska.

Angie Pannier was mentioned on The COE Update for recently joining Chancellor Ronnie Green on his weekly "Sports Nightly" appearance to discuss her research and recent awards.

Nebraska Today featured Curt Tomasevicz in a story about how our faculty got here, what they’ve learned along the way, and why they do what they do at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Faculty 101 leans into the turn with Olympian Curt Tomasevicz