Cornell students Caflin, Houtz and Schwenke Receive NSF Recognition for Grant Proposals

BIG congrats to Cornell University Entomology Students to Suzi Caflin (Thaler and Power Labs), Phil Houtz (Douglas Lab) and Robin Schwenke (Lazzaro Lab) for recognition of their proposals to the National Science Foundation Predoctoral Research Fellowship Program.

Suzi, a second year student, will receive a financial award for 3 years of graduate support.

Phil and Robin, first year students, both received honorable mentions for their proposals.

NSF received >13,000 applications this year.  Of those, 2000 received financial awards and 1762 received honorable mentions.

About Dan Olmstead

I'm the NEWA Coordinator here at the New York State IPM Program. I work to provide online decision support to growers in NY and across the country for IPM and agricultural best practices.
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