Puerto Rico: The Reality of 'Paradise'

Submitted by Frances Whited, whited.16@osu.edu

Puerto Rico: The Reality of “Paradise”
Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, 12-1 p.m.

Selby Hall (Plant Pathology) Room 203, Wooster
Or stream live at: https://osu-cfaes.zoom.us/j/6056911066
Or watch later via www.go.osu.edu/WoosterInternational

Cost: Free
Details:  Light lunch provided, space limited
Meal starts at noon.
Presentation starts at 12:15 p.m.

Rsvp at owens.1132@osu.edu by Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Marlia Bosques Martínez: B.S. in Crop Protection from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. Pursuing a master’s degree in Plant Pathology at Ohio State under the guidance of Dr. Chris Taylor and Dr. Sally Miller. Her research focuses on studying root-knot nematode diversity, yield loss, and biocontrol management on tomatoes.

Noelymar González: B.S. in Agronomy from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. Pursuing a master’s degree in Soil Science at Ohio State under the guidance of Dr. Steve Culman. Her research focuses on studying soil health in no-till soils.

Ana M. Vázquez Catoni:  B.S. in Biology and in Industrial Microbiology from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. Pursuing a master’s degree in Plant Pathology at Ohio State under the guidance of Dr. Soledad Benitez. Her research focuses on studying microbial diversity in tomato seedlings.

Puerto Rico Cultural Connections

A talk in the series Cultural Connections: “Where Culture Meets Agriculture”

Contact information: Jason Owens, International Coordinator at the Wooster Campus owens.1132@osu.edu,  (605) 691-1066

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THE WOOSTER CAMPUS DIVERSITY COMMITTEE