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Seminar by Dr. Ali Mohamed

Faculty Visit and Seminar Announcement

 

Dr. Ali I. Mohamed
Director of the Environmental Systems Division
The Institute of Bioenergy, Climate & Environment
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
United States Department of Agriculture

Open Time to Visit with Faculty:
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 - 2:00-4:00 pm
305 Scoates Hall

Seminar:
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 3:00 pm
317 Scoates Hall

“Food Energy Nexus:
Natural Resources and Environment Perspective”

Dr. Mohammed is the director of the Environmental Systems Division (ESD) of the Institute of Bioenergy, Climate and Environment; providing coordination and oversight for the division's research, extension and education programs. These programs are focusing on the mitigation of environmental impacts of agriculture and improve the quality of our world. The national leadership of this division integrates research, education, and extension expertise to address contemporary environmental and natural resource problems with new approaches that are economically sound and environmentally advantageous. DoES conducts its programs primarily in partnership with land-grant university scientists and cooperative extension faculty and collaborates with other Federal agencies.

For more information contact: 
Susan Corgiat at 845-3931 or scorgiat@tamu.edu