Editor’s note: After this announcement, one change was made to student assignments. Karin Albornoz, a doctoral student at UC Davis studying postharvest biology, is now supporting the project in Uganda led by Ndibwami Integrated Rescue Project on enhancing postharvest handling. Ethan Nielsen of UF was deemed ineligible based on his expected graduation date, which was previously overlooked. These changes are reflected below.
The Horticulture Innovation Lab team has selected nine graduate students to support Trellis Fund projects in Africa and Asia in 2017.
Through their work on the Trellis Fund projects, the graduate students will apply their agricultural expertise to support local organizations as they work together to help smallholder farmers better grow fruits and vegetables.
The selected students are studying agricultural sciences in master’s and doctoral programs at the University of California, Davis; University of Florida; University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa; and North Carolina State University. Continue reading Students selected for projects in Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Nepal, Cambodia