Agronomy Ph.D. student Caleb Roberts has been named a Great Plains Graduate Fellow. The Graduate Fellows Program of the Center for Great Plains Studies provides space for selected graduate students to work, meet, obtain support, learn from fellow students, engage with the Center for the Great Plains Studies faculty and staff, benefit from the center's resources and progress in the degree programs in their home departments.
Roberts is specializing is applied ecology and is advised by Department of Agronomy and Horticulture Assistant Professor Dirac Twidwell.
Graduate Fellows are selected annually from individuals nominated by Fellows of the Center. Students who are enrolled in a doctoral program or a terminal-degree master's program in a Great Plains-related discipline on any University of Nebraska campus are eligible.
To learn more about the Graduate Fellows Program, see https://www.unl.edu/plains/graduate-fellows-program.