The College and its partners put on a variety of scientific, professional and technical conferences and events every year, with attendance ranging from 20 to 2,000.
Learn to control turfgrass diseases in a challenging regulatory environment.
This online training course provides a series of lessons on salt-tolerant turfgrasses and low-input turfgrass management for contractors, maintenance operators, and engineers seeking knowledge about roadside turfgrass installation and management.
Receive the best available knowledge from research and practice to support restoration across the Upper Midwest.
Network with other professionals in the field and share up-to-date knowledge about the many dimensions of highway accounting at the Minnesota County Highway Accountants Conference.
Earn professional continuing education requirement at this three-day technical issues conference, focused on leadership and management issues.
Delve into liquid coating processes and processing problems with colleagues and industry experts.
Breaking news! The Minnesota Dairy Health Conference is going VIRTUAL.
Join us for a series of three webinars starting June 11, 2020.
Join K-12, college, and university educators and innovators committed to effective online and blended learning at the premiere event of the Minnesota Learning Commons.
Get hands-on laboratory experiences at both the TSI laboratory and the University of Minnesota laboratory, where participants will be able to discuss their own projects with the instructors and other attendees.
Examine issues influencing the effective use of active learning classrooms, share successful practices that enrich the student and faculty experience, and build and deepen networks with colleagues to advance your campus efforts.
Convene with global swine industry practitioners and experts from 20 countries at this internationally acclaimed event that brings science-driven solutions to the complex challenges facing the industry.
Immerse yourself in innovative, practical, and applied water resource engineering solutions, management techniques, and current research about Minnesota’s water resources.
Learn about new approaches to reducing the number of traffic fatalities and life-changing injuries on Minnesota roads. Innovations cover the fields of engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency medical/health services.
Stay abreast of today's power system technology in this three-day conference that emphasizes the unique challenges faced by electric utilities in the Midwest.
Examine emerging innovations, implementation efforts, and engagement activities related to a variety of transportation topics with researchers and practitioners from Minnesota and the Upper Midwest.
Earn professional continuing education requirement at this two-day technical issues conference.
This annual conference offers networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities for practicing engineers, engineering faculty, consultants, contractors, concrete contractors, and state and county agency employees.
Network and engage in pertinent, inspiring highway engineering topics at the annual Minnesota County Engineers Conference.
Continue your education and get up-to-date information on Minnesota code rules and amendments, best practices for inspection and code administration, innovative products on the market, and useful professional development skills
Get up-to-date information on structural engineering topics, enhance your skills, and take advantage of networking opportunities.
Stay abreast of current engineering topics and earn continuing education credits at this annual event.
Explore the latest transportation innovations and network with other industry professionals at the largest transportation event in the state.
Discuss, debate and disseminate best practices on all things shade tree with fellow arborists at the 58th gathering of this two-day conference.
The 7th North American Forest Insect Work Conference will be held along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Duluth, MN. This year's theme is “Shaping Forests: Action in a Changing World”. The future of forest entomology will be shaped by cooperation and collaboration among researchers and educators from all professional and personal backgrounds.