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Soil Science Graduate Students

Kaushik Adhikari standing in a hallway.

Kaushik Adhikari

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
kaushik.adhikari@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Markus Flury

I came from a small country Nepal where more than 80% of populations involve in farming. Growing up in an agricultural suburb motivated me to pursue further study in the Agriculture field. I completed an undergraduate study in Bachelor of Science in agriculture from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. After working as an instructor for one and a half years in Nepal, I joined University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff as a graduate research assistant for a master’s study. My master’s research was focused on the fate and effects of nanoparticles in soil. Recently, I have been appointed as a research assistant at Washington State University to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy in Soil Science. I will be working under the supervision of Dr. Markus Flury during Ph.D. My potential research will be based on fate and transport of micro- and nano plastics in terrestrial systems including biosolids, soils and air.


 

Abdelsalam Aldrmon

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
abdelsalam.aldrmon@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs


 

Khalid Almesfer

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
khalid.almesfer@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. James Harsh


 

Tessa Belo

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
tessa.belo@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Gabriel LaHue


 

Alexandra Davis standing in front of trees

Alexandra Davis

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
alexandra.g.davis@email.wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. John Reganold

I grew up here in Pullman and attended WSU, where I majored in Environmental Science and Spanish. I am interested in studying ecosystem services.

Educational background: B.S. Environmental Science, B.A. Spanish


 

Patrick Freeze leaning up against straw

Patrick Freeze

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
patrick.freeze@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. James Harsh

I come from a small farming community nested in the “hill country” region of central Texas, but completed my undergraduate education in Reno, NV.  At the University of Nevada, I graduated with a B.S. in environmental science, and focused on soil science, environmental chemistry, biofuels synthesis/production, environmental policy and regulations, and community outreach.  After working with indigenous groups impacted by environmental degradation through large-scale mining, in both Nevada and western Africa, I ultimately decided soil science and resource conservation were the logical foundations to center my studies on for my Ph.D.As part of the Low Impact Development research program at WSU, my research will focus on the use of iron-gluconate amended compost and its ability to mitigate the impacts of agricultural land runoff through the adsorption of xenobiotics, excess nutrients, and arsenic, with the main focus being the speciation, fate, and transport of arsenic.

Education Background: B.S. (Environmental Sciences) – University of Nevada, Minor: Analytical Chemistry


 

Sarah Hallyburton

Degree sought: M.S.. in Soil Science
sarah.hallyburton@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Stephen VanVleet and Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs


 

Justin Maltry

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
justin.maltry@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Doug Collins


 

Molly McIlquham

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
molly.mcilquham@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Deirde Griffin LaHue


 

Leslie Michel

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
lmichel@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs


 

Katherine Naasko in front of a river

Katherine Naasko

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
katherine.naasko@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Haiying Tao

As I was born and raised in the Great Lakes state, I’ve always been aware of the importance of environmental conservation and sustainability, as well as the stunning beauty that nature has to offer. My interests led me to receive a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, with two minors focusing on environmental sustainability, technology and policy at Michigan State University. While finishing my last year of school, I worked in the MSU Soil and Plant Nutrient laboratory where I was exposed to the fascinating world of soil and crop science. Now that I am at WSU, I plan to maximize the experience of my unique background to make advancements in soil health and fertility in the Pacific Northwest.


 

Lee Opdahl in a field

Lee Opdahl

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
lee.opdahl@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Karen Sanguinet

Growing up on a farm in rural Minnesota has made a substantial impact on my academic interests. With my life-long experience in agriculture, and the passion for biological sciences I accrued during my undergraduate education, I decided to devote my future studies towards microbiology in agriculture. This led me to a M.S. in Animal Science with an emphasis in ruminant microbiology at South Dakota State University. To broaden my skills and education, I decided to attend WSU starting in the fall of 2017, and focus my doctoral research on rhizosphere microorganisms and their effect on crop productivity. Specifically, I will be working on characterizing metal and micronutrient transformations by the rhizosphere microbiome and phytobiome that enhance plant nutrition and crop yield.

Educational background: M.S. Animal Science (Ruminant Microbiology); B.S. Microbiology, Biotechnology, and Biology; Minors: Chemistry and Psychology – South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD


 

Cassandra Rieser

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
cassandra.rieser@wsu.edu
Advisors: Dr. David Huggins & Dr. John Reganold


 

Rinkal Saini

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
rinkal.saini@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs


 

Kwabena Sarpong

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
kwabena.sarpong@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Deirde Griffin LaHue


 

Cheyenne Sloan

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
cheyenne.sloan@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Gabriel LaHue


 

Kat Smith in a field holding carrots.

Katherine Smith

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
katherine.l.smith@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Dave Huggins and Dr. John Reganold

After growing up in the Chicago suburbs, I moved to rural Iowa where I received a B.A. in Biology at Grinnell College in 2018. My research focused on methylmercury bioaccumulation in groundwater-fed wetlands in Eastern Iowa. I spent my first year post-graduation working in Colorado and using my free time to hike my first real mountains. The second year brought me to Hawai’i, where I spent six months on Kaua’i and the Big Island working on organic farms. Though the path has been anything but linear, a combination of my exposure to my undergraduate town simultaneously being an agriculture-dense community and a rural food desert, my love of field work and the incredible experiences working with farmers has led me to pursue research related to sustainable agriculture. I left Hawai’i and moved to Pullman amidst the global pandemic to join Drs. Dave Huggins and John Reganold at WSU to pursue a Ph.D. via research that assesses various farming systems based on agricultural sustainability metrics.

Educational background:  B.A. Biology, Grinnell College


 

Toby Una

Degree sought: M.S. in Soil Science
toby.una@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Deirdre Griffin LaHue


 

Hatem Younes

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
hatem.younes@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs


 

Yingxue Yu standing next to a tree.

Yingxue Yu

Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
yingxue.yu@wsu.edu
Advisor: Dr. Markus Flury

I will begin my PhD program in soil science under the supervision of Prof. Markus Flury at WSU. My research project will focus on transport of nano- and microplastic particles in unsaturated porous media. In this project, I will explore how nano- and microplastic particles will move through porous media and what the effect of the air-water interface is on transport of these particles.

I have obtained a Master’s degree of Science in Hydrogeology from China University of Geosciences-Beijing and a Bachelor’s degree in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering from Shandong University of Science and Technology.

I had been a lab technician at China University of Geosciences-Beijing from June 2016 to April 2018, under the instruction of Pro. Qiulan Zhang. During that period, I had worked on designing and improving colloid transport experiment, and analyzing and recording test data to issue reports using charts, graphs and narratives.

In my spare time, I love reading novels, especially historical and science fictions. I also like swimming and playing table tennis.

Educational background: Master of Hydrogeology & Bachelor of Hydrology and Water Resources

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