University of Manitoba
Amy Mangin is currently a PhD student in the department of plant science at the University of Manitoba under the supervision of Dr. Yvonne Lawley, focused on intensive spring wheat agronomy.
She was raised near Mariapolis, Man., and obtained her bachelor’s degree in agriculture at the University of Manitoba in 2013, majoring in agronomy. She worked as an agronomist for Pembina Coop before starting her master’s degree at the University of Alberta with Dr. Linda Hall in the weed science program. After completing her masters, she went on to work for Dr. Don Flaten at the University of Manitoba as a research agronomist, working on updating N recommendations for spring wheat in Manitoba.