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News article: 2018 HCS Graduate Research Symposium

The 2018 HCS Graduate Research Symposium held in Wooster showcased the amazing research being conducted by the department’s graduate students. The students had the opportunity to compete in oral and poster competitions, hear from guest speakers (Dr. Gitta Coaker and Jordan Hoewischer), and network with faculty and fellow graduate students.

Competition awards

Poster

1st Vivian Bernau

2nd Sarah McNulty

3rd Sean Fenstemaker

 

PhD Research Presenation

1st Michael Dzackovich

News article: PhD student, Nathan Nordstedt, wins scholarship from American Floral Endowment

Horticulture and Crop Science PhD student, Nathan Nordstedt, was awarded this year's Altman Family Scholarship from the American Floral Endowment. The Altman Family Scholarship awards two students an award of $5,000 for one year. To learn more about the scholarship check out the American Floral Endowment's website. 

Click here to read an interview with Nathan about his award. 

News article: Let Happiness Bloom Video wins Grand Prize

HCS graduate students, Jaclyn Fiola and Nathan Nordstedt, won the grand prize for the American Floral Endowment's #FlowerLoveVideoContest. Here are Nathan's words on the experience: 

News article: Nathan Nordstedt wins Richard T. Meister Scholarship

Horticutlure and Crop Science graduate student, Nathan Nordstedt, was awarded the Richard T. Meister Scholarship from the American Floral Endowment. The scholarship is for $3,900. Nathan is a Ph.D. student studying molecular biology of floriculture crops. Read more about Nathan's award here. 

Congratulations Nathan!