Winners of the 2018-19 ASPB Conviron Scholars Program

ASPB Conviron Scholars Program

The ASPB Conviron Scholars Program is aimed at supporting the next generation of plant scientists by helping students build their foundation for a successful career. The program selects exceptional Undergraduate and Graduate students studying Plant Biology and delivers a year-long experience which includes 1-year membership in ASPB, free registration to one ASPB regional section meeting, discounted registration to the Plant Biology Annual meeting, online access to ASPB research in The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology, as well as career mentoring and other career building opportunities.

Conviron and ASPB are pleased to announce this year’s scholars and congratulate them on their success.

Visit The ASPB Conviron Scholars Program to meet each of the 2018-19 Scholars.

The 2018-19 ASPB Conviron Scholars:

Bryce Askey
University of Florida, US

Carl Branch
University of Minnesota, US

Roshani Budhathoki
Eastern Connecticut State University, US

Timothy Burnette
Grinnell College, US

Yen Ning Chai
University of Nebraska Lincoln, US

Alexander Clarke
University of Missouri, US

Samantha Connolly
University of Vermont, US

Mallory Cullen
University of Idaho, US

Daisy Dobrijevic
University of Nottingham, GB

Yanniv Dorone
Stanford University, US

Andrew Egesa
Kenyatta University, KE

Matt Fabian

Christina Finegan
University of Florida, US

Hillary Fischer
University of Arkansas, US

Catherine Freed
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US

Kate Harline
Cornell, US

Bret Hart
University of Nevada, Reno, US

Aleah Henderson
University of Kansas, US

Will Hinckley

Emmanuel Iwuala
University of Lagos,Nigeria, NG

Ruth Kim
University of California, Riverside, US

Laura Klasek
University of California Davis, US

Ruben Lerma-Reyes
Kansas State University, US

Jonathan Lombardino
University of Wisconsin-Madison, US

Shealyn Malone
Montana State University, US

Zanele Mthembu
Stellenbosch University, ZA

Jaclyn Noshay
University of Minnesota, US

Seth O’Conner
Mississippi State University, US

Laura Ortega
University of Arkansas, US

Susana Perez Martinez
University of Louisville, US

Joel Rodriguez-Medina
UC Davis, US

Jen Schmidt
Cornell University, US

Aimee Schulz
Iowa State University, US

Stuti Shrivastava

Christopher Sorich
Moravian College, US

Tatyana Soto
Mills College, US

Hannah Thomas
Cornell University, US

John Tran
Michigan State University, US

Mishi Vachev
Eckerd College, US

Ángel Vergara Cruces
University of Málaga, ES

Allyson Weir
California State University Fullerton, US

Heidi Wipf
University of California, Berkeley, US

Bryony Yates
University of Cambridge, GB

About ASPB

The American Society of Plant Biologists was founded in 1924 to promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general. In 1926, Plant Physiology began publication and is one of the world’s oldest and most well-respected plant science journals. In 1989, The Plant Cell began publication and is ranked first in impact among journals publishing primary research in the plant sciences. Over the past decades, the Society has evolved and expanded to provide a forum for molecular and cellular biology as well as to serve the basic interests of and to promote the advancement of plant science.

About Conviron

Conviron is the world’s largest designer and supplier of plant growth chambers and rooms. Leading universities, government agencies and agricultural biotech companies around the globe rely on Conviron’s highly engineered controlled environments to solve many of today’s challenges in food production and safety. Headquartered with design and manufacturing facilities in Winnipeg, Canada, and wholly-owned Argus Controls in Surrey, BC, Conviron employs a global sales and distribution network with offices in the US, Europe, Australia and China.

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