Distinguished professors to deliver public lectures at Lincoln University

Lincoln University has bestowed the title of Distinguished Professor on Professors Philip Hume and Steve Wratten, of the Bio-Protection Research Centre.

To acknowledge and celebrate the bestowals, each professor will give a public lecture on campus.

Distinguished Professor Philip Hulme will present his Royal Society Te Aparangi 2018 Leonard Cockayne lecture, entitled ‘Ornamental to detrimental: The invasion of New Zealand by non-native plants’ on May 9.

Distinguished Professor Steve Wratten will present a lecture entitled ‘Future Farming, Future Food’ on May 30/ More details will be announced closer to that date.

Click here to register for Distinguished Professor Philip Hulme’s lecture.

When: Thursday 9 May 2019
Where: Lincoln University Stewart Building, Lecture Theatre One
Doors open: 5.30pm for a 6pm start

Refreshments and nibbles will be provided, with alcoholic beverages available from a cash bar.

Source: Lincoln University.  

Author: Bob Edlin

Editor of AgScience Magazine and Editor of the AgScience Blog

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