Deborah A. Samac, Research Plant Pathologist, was elected as a 2012 Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society for her outstanding research accomplishments and service to the Society.
Carroll P. Vance, Research Leader and Plant Physiologist, was selected as a Fellow of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), Class of 2009, for his distinguished and long-term contributions to plant biology and service to the ASPB.
Carroll P. Vance, Research Leader and Plant Physiologist, received the Crop Science Society of America, Monsanto Crop Science Distinguished Career Award for 2007 in recognition of his outstanding record of service during his career.
Gordon C. Marten, retired, received an Honorary Doctorate of Science Degree from the University of Minnesota for his service as a distinguished USDA-ARS forage scientist and visionary researcher.
Howard W. Rines, Research Geneticist, PSRU, St. Paul, received the USDA-ARS Midwest Area Equal Opportunity Award for his exemplary EEO efforts on behalf of disabled employees.
Michael P. Russelle, Soil Scientist, PSRU St. Paul, was selected as the USDA-ARS Midwest Area Senior Research Scientist for his sustained research accomplishments addressing agriculture's impact on nitrogen cycling and his mentoring of students and peers.
ARS News Articles
|Researchers are Juicing Alfalfa as a Next-Generation Aquafeed
|Oct 15, 2020
|Researchers Fortify Queen of the Forages with Disease Defense
|Dec 13, 2019
|Three Scientists Named to ARS Science Hall of Fame
|Apr 10, 2019
|Organic Seed Coating for Alfalfa Helps Prevent Some Soilborne Diseases
|Jul 16, 2015
|Mapping Out Pathways to Better Soybeans
|Jul 19, 2010
|New Genetic Resources for Cereal Crops
|Nov 13, 2008
|New Crop Model Should Speed Resistance to Wheat Diseases
|Sep 08, 2008
|Mapping Manure-Hungry Soybean and Alfalfa Fields
|Aug 08, 2005
|Research Agency Announces Top Scientists for 2004
|Feb 09, 2005