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Rob Proulx

Lecturer
Agriculture and Natural Resources Department
101-A
(218) 281-8136

Associated Majors

Courses Currently Teaching

AGRO 1030-001: Crop and Weed Identification

AGRO 1030-002: Crop and Weed Identification

AGRO 2840-001: Grain and Seed Evaluation

AGRO 2840-002: Grain and Seed Evaluation

AGRO 3630-001: Integrated Crop Management

ASM 3360-001: Appl in Precision Agriculture

ASM 3360-002: Appl in Precision Agriculture

ASM 3511-001: Yield Monitor/Data Interpret

ASM 3512-001: Remote Sensing Appl In Prec Ag

Awards, Distinctions, and Honors

In the News

February 19, 2021
CROOKSTON, Minn. - He said he didn’t see himself farming. “I grew up a little north and east of Crookston, I never knew agriculture would be part of my career path, Proulx said.” Rob Proulx, Ph.D, University of Minnesota Crookston, agronomy lecturer, started his undergraduate studies as a business major and transferred to UMN Crookston earning his bachelor’s degree in agronomy and later a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. “A couple years later I began pursuing a Ph.D. in earth systems science and policy.”
June 27, 2018
Of the newly minted alumni who were looking for their first job as a professional, Kate Howell was one who knew where she was headed.
November 26, 2017
When Amanda Monson started working with Jason Brantner, a researcher at the Northwest Research and Outreach Center, she knew very little if anything about sugar beets. Now, she spends time learning about them every week.