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.
James Noble named chair for Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Kevin Gillis named chair of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering
Nancy Cheak-Zamora named chair of the Maternal and Child Health section of the American Public Health Association
Mizzou Psi Chi named Model Chapter for the second year in a row
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