Ron Sheffield Memorial Student Poster Competition Winners

The Waste to Worth conference hosts a student poster competition – open to graduate and undergraduate students.

2017 – Cary, North Carolina

  • Erin Stevens University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Allison Deviney NC State University,
  • Linda Schott, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 

student poster winnters 2017 waste to worth conference

L to R: Tommy Bass, Erin Stevens, Allison Deviney, Linda Schott

2015 – Seattle

  • First: Laura Kenny, Rutgers University
  • Second: George Neerackal, Washington State University
  • Third: Nicole Schuster, University of Nebraska – Lincoln

student poster winners 2015 waste to worth conference

L to R: George Neerackal, Laura Kenny, Nicole Schuster

2013 – Denver

  • First: Kira Shonkwiler, Colorado State
  • Second: Fei Sun, Washington State
  • Third: Kelsey Bruning, Iowa State

student poster winners 2013 waste to worth conference

L to R: Julianna Sheffield, Kelsey Bruning, Fei Sun, Kira Shonkwiler…

Putting the Power in PowerPoint


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Presentations are an important part of our outreach. Have you ever created a powerpoint that just didn’t land with your audience? Looking to revamp your process but don’t have time to squeeze it into your busy schedule? This presentation will provide practical ways you can create more powerful powerpoints when time is of the essence.…

Cataloging and Evaluating Dairy Manure Treatment Technologies


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Purpose

To provide a forum for the introduction and evaluation of technologies that can treat dairy manure to the dairy farming community and the vendors that provide these technologies.

What Did We Do?

Newtrient has developed an on-line catalog of technologies that includes information on over 150 technologies and the companies that produce them as well as the Newtrient 9-Point scoring system and specific comments on each technology by the Newtrient Technology Advancement Team.…

Planning for Resilience: Using Scenarios to Address Potential Impacts of Climate Change for the Northern Plains Beef System

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Purpose

Resiliency to weather extremes is a topic that Northern Plains farmers and ranchers are already familiar with, but now climate change is adding new uncertainties that make it difficult to know the best practices for the future. Scenario planning is a method of needs assessment that will allow Extension and beef system stakeholders to come together using the latest climate science to discover robust management options, highlight key uncertainties, prioritize Extension programming needs, and provide an open forum for discussion for this sometimes controversial topic.…