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Plant Biology's Anny Chung and co-authors take stock on how climate change may disrupt essential plant microbe interactions.

Congratulations to PBIO graduate students Simone Lim-Hing and Max Barnhart for receiving the Plant BLOOME (Plant Biology Learning Objectives, Outreach Materials & Education) grant from the American Society of Plant Biologists!

Congratulations to former PBIO graduate student Karolina Heyduk, now an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, and PBIO faculty Jim Leebens-Mack!

PBIO Alumnus Andrew Kaiser (B.S. 2008), now a botanist at Mojave National Preserve, CA estimates that about 1.33 million Joshua trees, about 25% of all trees, were burned in an August wildfire.

After six years of exemplary leadership, Lisa Donovan handed over the reigns of the Plant Biology Department to John Burke on August 1st, 2020.

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