38th Adolph E. Waller Memorial Lecture

The 38th Annual Adolph E. Waller Memorial Lecture

The 38th ANNUAL

ADOLPH E. WALLER

MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES

 
Public Lecture: April 3, 2014
Technical Lecture: April 4, 2014
 
Commemorating and Honoring the Life and Career of Ohio State University’s 

Botany Professor Emeritus Adolph E. Waller — 1892 - 1975

The Waller Lectures were established by Professor Waller’s bequest that provided for an annual lecture series on important botanical topics. Generous gifts from the Waller family ensure its ongoing success. Waller specified that these lectures be organized by department graduate students.

This year, the Department of Molecular Genetics graduate students
host the 2014 Waller Lecturer, Dr. Peggy Lemaux, Cooperative
Extension Specialist, University of California, Berkeley, speaking on:

Feast, Famine and the Future of Food,
April 3, 4 p.m., Jennings Hall Room 355

From Basic to Applied Research: How Modifying Expression
of Thioredoxin in Cereals Led to Unexpected Improvements in
Grain Properties - So, Where Are They?
April 4, 4:10 p.m., Jennings Hall Room 001

Picture of Dr. Adolph E. Waller and Dr. Peggy Lemaux
 
 
Images from the 38th Annual Waller Lecture:
 
The Waller Lecture Organizational Committee, Waller Family and Dr. Peggy Lemaux
 
Images from the Waller Lecture Dinner Reception:
 
Waller Lecture Dinner
 
 
Waller Lecture Dinner
 
Waller Lecture Dinner
0