Associate Professor of Weed Ecology & Management, Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Wyoming
Andrew Kniss is an Associate Professor of Weed Ecology & Management in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Wyoming. He has a PhD in Agronomy with a minor in Statistics. Andrew's research program focuses on developing weed management programs in agronomic crops, especially sugarbeet, winter wheat, corn, and dry edible beans.
He has authored or co-authored 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and 1 book chapter. He teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses including Ecology of Plant Protection, Weed Science & Technology, and Applied Dose Response Analysis. He recently received the Outstanding Weed Scientist – Early Career award from the Western Society of Weed Science, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Weed Science Society of America. He grew up on a small farm in Nebraska. His interest in weeds began early in life after being forced against his will to pull nightshade berries out of dry bean windrows prior to harvest (he now thanks his dad for that experience).