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Student spotlight: Nicholas Tuschak Basinger

Nicholas Tuschak Basinger '09 is a Ph.D. candidate at North Carolina State University. Photo courtesy of Joshua Aaron Photography Columbia, S.C.

Furman University Health Sciences graduate Nicholas Tuschak Basinger ’09 thought he wanted to go into physical therapy. But a couple of farming internships and a little Appalachian Trail soul-searching changed his trajectory. Now he’s working on a Ph.D. at North Carolina State University where he researching crop and weed interactions and studying remote sensing for agricultural applications. Read about his horticultural science journey on the NC State website.

 

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