MSU scientists recognized
by MBJ Staff
Published: February 12,2012
Mississippi State University researchers and graduates received top awards this year from the Southern Weed Science Society. Dan Reynolds, a Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station researcher and professor in MSU’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, was named the 2012 weed scientist of the year by the society, the highest honor awarded.
Jason Bond, MAFES researcher at MSU’s Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, was named the 2012 outstanding young weed scientist in academia.
Cody Gray, who earned his doctorate at MSU, was named the 2012 outstanding young weed scientist in industry.
David Shaw, MSU vice president for research and economic development, was given the 2012 distinguished service award in academia.
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