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Nearly 150 undergraduate and graduate students presented posters or talks on their research in ag, engineering, food and health sciences at CTAHR’s Student Research Symposium. Winners compete in the 3-Minute Elevator Pitch April 20.
CTAHR students and other volunteers engaged 169 elementary first- and fourth-graders in garden activities over the spring semester, teaching them about nutrition for people and plants.
A Moloka‘i 4-H participant and his award winning animals were featured in a USDA Farm Service Agency Fencepost newsletter article on the FSA Youth Loan.
CTAHR wildfire researcher Clay Trauernicht recently joined other experts on disaster vulnerability and resilience in the Islands on Hawai‘i Public Radio program The Conversation.
Junior Extension Agent Emilie Kirk welcomed edible crop and flower farmers to a free spring workshop and tour of the Kaua‘i Agricultural Research Center.
Hawai‘i Island CTAHR Extension staff members teamed up with USDA to offer hands-on avocado-grafting workshops for 45 growers and promote their ‘Sharwil’ Avocado Project.
CTAHR students swept the poster presentation competition at UH Manoa’s first Plant Sciences Symposium. The student-run event was sponsored by CTAHR and DuPont Pioneer and featured speakers on the theme Phytobiomes for Sustainable Agriculture.
CTAHR undergraduates described their student life experiences during a live webinar for newly admitted prospective students and a student-faculty luncheon featured speed networking and idea sharing for first-year and transfer students.
PhD student Priscilla Seabourn was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to attend a special summer Biology of Vector-borne Diseases course in Idaho. She studies the microbiome of mosquitoes in Hawai‘i.
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