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37th Plant Sciences Graduate Students Symposium (PSGSS)

March 4-5, 2022

Virtual Event 

Abstract submission deadline: February 1st, 2022

Video submission deadline: February 15, 2022

 

This Year's Theme...

Next Generation Agriculture

The 37th Annual Plant Sciences Graduate Students’ Symposium (PSGSS) has brought together graduate students studying various disciplines within the plant sciences together to network and share their research.
The 37th PSGSS will be taking place online from March 4-5, 2022.

The symposium is an opportunity for graduate students to meet their peers, network with professors and speakers, and present their research (virtually!). In the past, the series has included students from three prairie universities: the University of Manitoba, the University of Saskatchewan, and North Dakota State University. This year we welcome and encourage increased student participation from around North America. 

Registration covers access to all oral presentations, digital symposium booklet, as well as networking and social events. Students participating in oral presentations will be required to submit a title, abstract, and 10-12 minute pre-recorded presentation video. Pre-recorded student presentations will be aired live, hosted via the PSGSS Organizing Committee, and followed by a 5-minute live Q&A period.

We look forward to your registration and participation!

U of M PSGSS Organizing Committee 

 
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This Year's Theme

This year's theme is "Next Generation Agriculture", which includes multiple disciplines such as genotyping and analyzing massive data, high-throughput phenotyping with imaging technologies, utilizing digital agriculture into research or breeding programs and more.

Itinerary Overview

Registration covers access to all oral presentations, digital symposium booklet, as well as networking and social events. Students participating in oral presentations will be required to submit a title, abstract, and 10-12 minute pre-recorded presentation video. Pre-recorded student presentations will be aired live, hosted via the PSGSS Organizing Committee, and followed by a 5-minute live Q&A period.

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Speaker Biographies

Click to see and interact with the speakers for this coming year's symposium. Each session they are speaking at will be included underneath their bio.

Speakers