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February 24, 2023

College of Agriculture names Graduate Students of the Month for October through January

Submitted by Yuko Hendricks

The College of Agriculture acknowledges its outstanding graduate students through the Graduate Student of the Month recognition program, launched in October.

Through the program, the college recognizes the value of graduate student contributions to its research, teaching and extension/outreach mission. Recipients' accomplishments also go beyond this mission-critical work to include being a valued K-State community member and model departmental citizen.

The college recognizes the following distinguished list of graduate students across its programs for the months of October, November and December 2022, and January 2023.

October 2022

  • Brandi Freeman, interdepartmental genetics. 
  • Tucker Graff, grain science.
  • Afsana Noor, plant pathology.
  • Amber Oerly, agricultural economics.
  • Hannah Quellhorst, entomology.
  • Gunvantsinh Rathod, food science.
  • Linnea Rimmer, animal science.

November 2022

  • Ravi Bika, plant pathology.
  • Zhenjiao Du, grain science
  • Berenice Jimenez-Marin, interdepartmental genetics.
  • Erin Manville, food science.
  • Ashley Messier, horticulture and natural resources.
  • Sabita Ranabhat, entomology.
  • Sheppard Rogers, agricultural economics.
  • Megan Underwood, agricultural education and communications.
  • Madie Wensley, animal science.

December 2022

  • Anusha Dahal, plant pathology.
  • Parastou Farshi, food science.
  • Amber Murphy, agricultural economics.
  • Regan Culp, agricultural education and communications.
  • Jared Rivera, grain science
  • Madeline Sue Grant, animal science.
  • Yuzhou Xu, interdepartmental genetics.
  • Joe Ward, horticulture and natural resources.

January 2023

  • Lonnie Hobbs, agricultural economics.
  • Elizabeth Dressler, animal sciences and industry.
  • Madison Baughman, communication and agricultural education.
  • Jacqueline Maille, entomology.
  • Edward Bird, interdepartmental genetics.
  • Anu Suprabha Raj, Grain Science and Industry.
  • Lane Wiens, horticulture and natural resources.
  • Upasana Dhakal, plant pathology.
  • Pedro David Morinigo Ferreira, agronomy.