Two DBBS graduate students - Maria Sorkin (Nusinow lab, Plant & Microbial Biosciences Program) and Kari Miller (First-year, Plant & Microbial Biosciences Program), current undergraduate Alison Greenlaw (Zaher lab), and past undergraduate Greg Harrison (former Kunkel lab and current Molecular Microbiology student in the Stallings lab) received NSF Fellowships that provide three years of annual support for graduate studies.
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