Research to increase our knowledge of plant and animal disease, help farmers make better decisions and give insight on consumer behaviour has been recognised at Charles Sturt University (CSU) graduation ceremonies.
The Graham Centre was pleased to celebrate the achievements of six PhD graduates, one Masters student and six Honours students who have completed their research through the Centre.
Acting Graham Centre Director, Associate Professor Marta Hernandez-Jover said, “Graduation is often the culmination of years of research, dedication and commitment.
The PhDs Master and Honours research demonstrates how the Graham Centre is working to increase the capacity within the grain and red meat industries and to improve the sustainability of these industries and the lives of farmers in Australia and overseas.”
Congratulations also to our Honours students Matt Champness, Jessica Hardie, Madalyn Hobbs, Tabetha Kempe, Keeley Warren, and Simon Wong