The CAFNR Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (C-DRIG) are offered through the CAFNR Office of Research. The C-DRIG grant supports up to $2,000 or partially support dissertation research projects proposed by doctoral students in the College. Eligible students will have completed their coursework and have advanced to candidacy or will advance to candidacy within six months of the C-DRIG awards.
The 2022 C-DRIG recipients are as follows:
Colby Redifer, advised by Allison Meyer, How does nutrient restriction during late pregnancy affect circulating amino acids in beef cows?
Tayaton Pongspikul, advised by Laura McCann, Transaction Costs of Establishing a Desalination Plant
Jose Costa Netto, advised by Felix Fritschi, Soybean Genetic Gain: How did breeding for higher yields change plant hydraulic pathway characteristics?
Jessica Wilson, advised by Alba Argerich, Impacts of legacy mining on stream functional processes in an urban stream
Katy Stoecklein, advised by Sofia Ortega and Randy Prather, Cytokine supplementation to improve developmental competence of bovine embryos following slow-rate freezing
More information about the C-DRIG grant can be found on the CAFNR Office of Research Page.