An AETB master’s student from Cherokee, Alabama, Katelin Waldrep, was a finalist in Mississippi State University’s Three Minute Thesis Competition with her presentation, “Beyond Variety Selection: Do cropping systems have an impact on iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) in soybeans?” For the full story, please visit The Graduate School Newsletter.
ABE graduate student, Katelin Waldrep, earns 3rd place in the Agriculture and Life Sciences oral presentation category of MSU’s Graduate Research Symposium. Her presentation was on Managing Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) Through a Cropping System Approach.
Anna Marie Clay, a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering, has been selected for the third year in a row as a NASA/Mississippi Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellow for her great and impactful work with school children, which is a mission of the Space Grant program. The amount of the fellowship is $22,500 to be…
The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering would like to congratulate Ph.D. student Hussein Gharakhani for his first place win in the Engineering-Systems Student-Paper competition at the 2021 Beltwide Cotton Conference with a paper titled Design and Test Different End Effectors for Robotic Cotton Harvesting.