Student Spotlight

Jesse CarmackJesse Carmack, PhD student, recently received the 2019 Gerald O. Mott Meritorious Award Graduate Student in Crop Science. The annual award recognizes top-notch graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in crop science disciplines. Jesse was selected based on his academic achievements, research and teaching contributions, leadership accomplishments, service activities, and personal qualifications. Jesse obtained his M.S. in Crop Science under Dr. Robert Miller in the tobacco breeding program and is currently pursuing his PhD in wheat breeding under Dr. David Van Sanford. The Mott Award is named for the first CSSA President Gerald O. Mott who trained 75 graduate students during his 45-year career at Purdue University and the University of Florida. Many of his students have become eminent forage scientists in the United States and Latin America. The award is offered by CSSA.




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    2
    2019

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    8:00am to 12:00pm
    UKREC in Princeton, KY

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    11
    2019

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    Lexington, KY

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    18
    2019

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    23
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    21
    2019

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    PSS Seminar Tobacco Trait Development Through Biotechnology May 3, 2019 Edited


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