Purdue Agronomy connects you with: Internationally recognized faculty and research programs at a Big Ten university; Independent and original research opportunities that lead to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees; An interdisciplinary environment for research and learning; Teaching opportunities using state-of-the-art methods and technologies; and Rewarding and challenging careers. Purdue Agronomy offers research areas: Genetic Improvement of Economic Crops, Cropping Systems and Plant Nutrition, Environmental Soils and Landscape Processes, and Turf and the Urban Environment. Purdue Agronomy provides highly competitive fellowships and assistantships in research and teaching that include tuition waivers. We also provide state-of-the-art facilities, including newly renovated laboratories and greenhouses, and numerous field research facilities located strategically around the state. Purdue University is located in West Lafayette, Indiana. The Lafayette-West Lafayette area is one hour northwest of Indianapolis and two hours southeast of Chicago. For more information about Purdue Agronomy Graduate Studies visit our website.
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