2015 Graduate and Undergraduate Research Expo Awards

On March 24, 2015, 74 research posters were presented by graduate and undergraduate students from all academic units in the College Agricultural Sciences at the 2015 Annual Gamma Sigma Delta Research Expo. Awards totaling $4,150 were presented at the College of Agricultural Sciences and Gamma Sigma Delta Celebration of Excellence Ceremony on March 26th in 101 ASI.
2015 Undergraduate Research Award Recipients

2015 Undergraduate Research Award Recipients

Our chapter, along with generous support from the Gerald T. Gentry Endowment for Graduate Education, Evans Family Endowment, and Resident Education office of the College, provided for student awards at the Research Expo provided over $5,250 for the GSD Research Expo. Dr. Mark Brennan, Immediate Past President organized event. Many thanks to Mark, the student presenters and the 28 judges for making the 2015 Expo a rewarding and successful event. Below are the award winners.

Undergraduate Human and Animal-Related Systems

1st Place:      Rebecca Hovingh,  Food Science

2nd Place:     Linda Truong, Animal Science

3rd Place:      Shelby A. Harkless, Ecosystem Science and Management

4th Place:      Allison Walker, Animal Sciences

Undergraduate Plant-Related Systems

1st Place:      Laura Reese, Plant Science

2nd Place:     Hunter Swisher, Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology

Special Pre-Collegiate Plant-Related Systems

                    Phillip R. Clauer, Plant Science

Graduate Agricultural Education and International Agriculture

1st Place:      Erika Pioltine Anseloni, Ag Economics, Sociology and Education

Graduate Biological Sciences

1st Place:      Lillian Moller-Jacobs, Entomology

2nd Place:     Shannon Glisan, Food Science

3rd Place:      Clair Keene, Plant Science

4th Place:      Nelson J. Gaydos, Animal Sciences

Graduate Environmental and Natural Resources Sciences

1st Place:      Rachel Milliron, Plant Science

2nd Place:     Debasish Saha, Ecosystem Science and Management

Graduate Physical and Engineering Sciences

1st Place:      Marlena K. Sheridan, Food Science

Graduate Social Sciences

1st Place:      Esha Zaveri, Ag Economics, Sociology and Education