CSES Graduate Student Wins Award at Poster Competition
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Ipeleng Randome, a master's student in crop, soil, and environmental sciences, won second place in the graduate level poster competition at the Arkansas Plant-Powered Production (P3) annual symposium July 28-30 at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute at Petit Jean Mountain.
Randome, who is a student of Andy Pereira, professor of crop, soil, and environmental sciences, was among 20 students and 12 faculty and staff from the U of A who participated in the event. The P3 Center focuses on plant metabolic and molecular research.
Lacy Nelson, Program Technician II
Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences
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