In her new position, Alison Robertson will spend her time doing extension and research work on field crop diseases."My main purpose is to help the farmer," says Robertson, assistant professor, Plant Pathology Department, Iowa State University. "When I started my career, I never planned to go to graduate school. I really liked interacting with farmers, getting dirty, and working in the field," she says.
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