Mentorship Project

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Mentorship Project
   
 
 
 
 
 
Dr. Theo Udeigwe, an assistant professor in the plant and soil science department, Texas Tech University, Udeigwe was recently awarded the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship, a program aimed at improving Higher Education in Africa. He will partner with Kisii University on a project to mentor graduate students on developing skills on proposal writing and manuscript preparation. Dr. Udeigwe also has significant research collaborations with scientist in Egypt, South Africa, China, Nigeria, and Jordan.

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