Sept. 8, 2020
The College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) recently honored three graduate students as George Washington Carver Graduate fellows.
The George Washington Carver Matching Assistantship for Graduate Studies seeks to attract and support under-represented scholars in CAFNR master of science and PhD degree programs. The assistantship honors George Washington Carver, a native Missourian, who gained international recognition in the early 20th century for his teaching and research in agriculture.
This year’s recipients are:
Click each student’s name to learn more about them.
Mizzou Economics wins diversity and inclusion award from the American Economic Association
Public health students recognized by Missouri Public Health Association
Matthias Young receives top investigator award from American Vacuum Society
Wenlong ‘Waylon’ Wu takes first place in computational challenge
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