P3 student awards: winners announced!

June 15, 2020
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This year, the Predictive Plant Phenomics (P3) program developed student awards to recognize some of the achievements of P3 graduate students.

 

Four categories of awards were developed to acknowledge the hard work, dedication and successes of P3 students. Each category, along with the winners, is described below. Winners received $100 and a glass etched with the name of their award (see photo). etched glasses given to P3 student award winners

Nominations were submitted by P3 students and faculty.

 

Predictive Plant Phenomics student leadership award

There are two awards available in this category.

This award is to recognize two students who have engaged in outstanding service to the P3 program, fellow students, and the university. The services donated by these students have potentially impacted P3 and the university.

Nominations may be provided by both P3 students and faculty.

WINNERS: Colleen Yanarella & Tanner Cook

 

Predictive Plant Phenomics student engagement award

This award is to acknowledge a P3 student’s contribution to learning through an activity – including, but not limited to, a presentation or tour – that was both engaging and displayed a mastery of content that inspired further learning by those in attendance.

Nominations may be provided by P3 students, only.

WINNER: Paul Villanueva

 

Predictive Plant Phenomics peer mentor award

This award is to recognize exceptional peer mentoring by a P3 student to another P3 student. The nominee should have a demonstrated commitment to sharing their knowledge, abilities, and experiences to help develop the capacities of others, in terms of professional or personal growth. 

Nominations may be provided by P3 students, only.

WINNER: Samantha Snodgrass

 

Predictive Plant Phenomics research excellence award

This award is to recognize the high quality research, pursued by a P3 student, which advances the field of predictive plant phenomics. A student may be awarded based on the uniqueness or strength of their research project, including a project which embodies the collaborative spirit which is required for the interdisciplinary work inherent in predicting plant phenotypes.

Nominations may be provided by P3 faculty, only.

WINNERS: Johnathon Shook & James McNellie

 

Congratulations, students!

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