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NYSAES awards

From Thomas Björkman:

June 2 was awards day at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. Among those recognized:

Research Associate, and Tree Fruit Horticulture interim leader, Poliana Francescatto presents technician (and grad student) Peter Herzeele with the Perrine scholarship

Research Associate and Tree Fruit Horticulture interim leader Poliana Francescatto presents technician (and grad student) Peter Herzeele with the Perrine scholarship.

Justine Vanden Heuvel welcomes Shaulis Scholar Quinlan Corbett, an viticulture student from Finger Lakes Community College who will be working on molecular virology with Mark Fuchs. Quinlan is starting into viticulture from a background in acting.

Justine Vanden Heuvel welcomes Shaulis Scholar Quinlan Corbett (left), a viticulture student from Finger Lakes Community College who will be working on molecular virology with Mark Fuchs. Quinlan comes to viticulture from a background in acting.

John Keeton in the clonal repository has worked in many roles of caring for horticultural crops in his 25 years of service.

John Keeton in the clonal repository has worked in many roles of caring for horticultural crops in his 25 years of service.

Rob Martens receives recognition for 10 years of service from Bill Srmack, head of farm operations for the germplasm collection.

Rob Martens receives recognition for 10 years of service from Bill Srmack, head of farm operations for the germplasm collection.

Horticulture administrative assistant LouAnn Rago is recognized by section chair Steve Reiners for 15 years of service at the Station.

Horticulture administrative assistant Lou Ann Rago is recognized by section chair Steve Reiners for 15 years of service at the Station.

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