SANS News Depot

  •  UMES Celebrates Opening of Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development

    PRINCESS ANNE (October 07, 2016) – A new center on the UMES campus has a vision to bridge the gap between agriculture and applied economics to benefit the agriculture community on the Delmarva Peninsula and beyond. In honor of its launch, the Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development will host a symposium to discuss key topics related to agriculture, business and research. . . .  more

     SANS Gears Up For Summer 

    PRINCESS ANNE, MD - June 14, 2013 - The UMES School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences (SANS) is gearing up to host as many youth as possible this summer with the expressed goal of exposing the next generation to the benefits of scientific discovery and the educational and career opportunities available . . . more

     UMES Researchers Receive Record Number of Wins 

    PRINCESS ANNE, MD – April 17, 2013 – UMES brings home six wins and one faculty award from the 17th Biennial Research Symposium of the Association of Research Directors (ARD) held in Jacksonville, Florida. Overall, with one first place win, four second place wins and one third place win, the university won more research presentation awards than any of the other 17 participating universities . . .  more

     SANS Seminar Series Commences with Food Security Talk

    PRINCESS ANNE, MD - (January 29) - The School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences (SANS) Seminar Series continues on Thursday, February 6, at 4 p.m. in the Richard A. Henson Center, Room 1116. Dr. Shanthu Shantharam begins the semester’s weekly presentations with his talk, “Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture in the 21st Century Will Need Modern Biotech Crops.” . . .  more