Alyssa Woodard

Fall 2022 (MS)

MS Thesis: Assessment of Sweetpotato Clones and Stem Cutting Planting Orientations in Organic Sweetpotato Production

How are you planning to use your degree?

To continue researching sustainable agriculture production.

List clubs and activities while in school.

Pi Alpha Xi

Whom do you want to thank?

  • My advisors, Drs. Jonathan Schultheis and David Suchoff, and my committee members Drs. Katie Jennings and Alex Woodley.
  • My grower collaborators, Jones Family Farms and Bass Plant Farm
  • The many members of the horticulture department, crop science department, and North Carolina Cooperative Extension who provided support, guidance, and assistance throughout my program.
  • My family and friends.

Do you have plans for after graduation? Are you currently working?

I’ll be staying at NCSU, joining the lab of Dr. Chris Reberg-Horton! I’ll be a research technician working with cover crop breeding.



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Alyssa Woodard