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Ph.D. candidate Bastian Minkenberg was selected for Penn State's Alumni Association Dissertation Award of $5,000.
Undergraduate Elena Christian (McNellis Lab) won first place in the APS-Potomac Division Poster competition on March 23.
Congratulations to Phillip Martin, a 2017 awardee of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
M.S. student Genna Tesdall's research project was one of five student research projects awarded funding in the Fall 2016 grant cycle.
McNellis lab undergraduate Elena Christian receives $2000 for her Spring 2017 student research proposal.
Geiser Lab undergraduate Clara Miller receives $2000 for her Spring 2017 student research proposal.
Rob Harvey's graduate oral presentation won first place at the Allegheny Branch of the American Society for Microbiology's annual meeting.
Congratulations to Laura del Sol Bautista Jalón for her funded proposal supported by the James F. and Marilyn L. Tammen Memorial Endowment for International Plant Pathology.
Penn State Agricultural Council honors Smyth as an outstanding leader in the Pennsylvania agricultural community.
Dr. Paolo Margaria was selected by the Penn State Postdoctoral Society for the 2016 Outstanding Postdoc Award.
Drew May's project was selected for funding through the College of Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Student Research program.
Students hosted by Rosa Lab place first in 2016 Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) Research Symposium CASSE category.
Sara Klee has been selected to receive $1,000 from the Leonard J. Francl Endowment in support of her graduate research in plant pathology .
Sara May was awarded $1,400 from the Larry J. Jordon Memorial Endowment in support of her field research in plant pathology.
The Dept. of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology held its Annual Awards Ceremony on April 21.
Freddy Magdama was awarded 2nd Place at the Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology Student Symposium.
PPEM was well represented among this year's Gamma Sigma Delta Research Expo award winners and new society initiates.
Ph.D. student Freddy Magdama's Health & Life Sciences research poster won second place at the 2016 Graduate Exhibition, held March 18 and 20.
Ph.D. student Sara Klee newly named as APS Office of Education board member and I. E. Melhus Symposium presenter at 2016 APS Annual Mtg.
Sarah Bardsley Capasso and Jennie Diehl Mazzone each took first place in the APS Northeastern Division meeting's graduate oral paper and poster competitions.
Jennie Mazzone was awarded funding to develop educational materials to empower Honduran women in the horticultural value chain.
Sarah Capasso and Freddy Magdama, under the supervision of Dr. María del Mar Jiménez Gasco, received competitive travel awards to attend the 2015 American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting held in Pasadena, CA.