PULLMAN, Wash. – As Jack Rogers and Dean Glawe gently flip through volumes of fragile books filled with fungi collected more than 150 years ago, they say it’s like peering back to the beginning of modern biology.
When most people plan a Hawaiian vacation they think of beaches, sun and luaus. Jack Rogers, professor of plant pathology and natural resource sciences, thinks fungi. Rogers is just returned from a spring break field trip to the islands to examine the fungi growing there. “I absolutely love fungi,” he said. “It’s just something that […]
In 44 years of work, Jack Rogers has authored or co-authored more than 196 journal articles, won numerous awards and chaired the Department of Plant Pathology for 13 years — among many other accomplishments. It is no surprise, then, that Rogers will be honored March 24 with one of WSU’s highest honors, the Eminent Faculty […]