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Fall 2014 Graduate Field Review

 

Group shot at August 2014 Horticulture Graduate Field Review

Faculty, graduate students and others in the Graduate Field of Horticulture gathered August 22 in Jordan Hall at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station for the biannual Graduate Field Review.

In the morning, new graduate students introduced themselves, and a dozen continuing graduate students gave presentations and answered question on their research progress.

During the afternoon faculty meeting, graduate students toured research plots at the Experiment Station:

Horticulture graduate students learn about high tunnel cherry research.

Horticulture graduate students learn about high tunnel cherry research.

Eric Fabio, PhD candidate in Larry Smart's lab, explains his willow biofuel research.

Eric Fabio, PhD candidate in Larry Smart’s lab, explains his willow biofuel research.

Ali Bennett, MS candidate in Phillip Griffiths' lab, braves the rain to explain her work on breeding cabbage and other crops for anthocyanins for natural food pigments.

Ali Bennett, MS candidate in Phillip Griffiths’ lab, braves the rain to explain her work on using anthocyanins from cabbage and other crops for natural food pigments.

 

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