The International Annual Meetings provide more than 3,100 poster and oral papers for a robust selection of sessions. Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) toward your Certified Crop Adviser (CCA), Certified Professional Agronomist (CPAg), Certified Professional Soil Scientist (CPSS), or Certified Professional Soil Classifier (CPSC) certifications.
Two days, Nov. 4 & 5, at the International Annual Meetings will be dedicated to the professional development and earning of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for practicing soil and agronomy professionals. These special sessions will be available to attend in-person or live-streaming on your computer and can be purchased individually.
To view the full, two-day schedule and register:
1) Click on the "Live-Streaming CEU Session Schedule" link below
2) Select an individual session of interest for description & registration information
3) REGISTER NOW-Link to registration is at the top of the session details
*Registration for Live-Streaming sessions include access to the live-session (automatically credited as board approved CEUs) and a link to a recording of the session (self-report CEUs). The recording link will be available for 30 days, post session, and can only be used by the paid registrant.
Other CEU Opportunities during the International Annual Meetings (all can be live-streamed and purchased individually):
Big Visions, Grand Challenges and Nagging Controversies: Navigating into the Anthropocene
Two billion more people in the world by 2050 demanding food, water, shelter, education, energy, health care, and jobs. As we look into the future we face many huge challenges. But there are many new opportunities also. To be able to fully exploit these opportunities we need to resolve some of the controversies regarding the impact human activities are having on our world.
This SSSA-wide symposium will address the large role of soil science collaborations to address the growing dichotomy of achieving sufficient food/fiber production and mainintaining/increasing environmental quality for the future.
Water demand is increasing; water supplies are not. The demands for human use and agricultural production increase daily. The panelists will address potential constraints to water use - the practical, the legal, and the economic - that may impact scientific efforts and their relevance to public policy and perception.
This symposium will highlight some of the major yield gains achieved in U.S. crops that will be detailed in the upcoming CSSA publication “Yield Gains in Major U.S. Crops”.