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TAMU graduate student shares his path to working with avian genetics

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Kolton Witherspoon, Texas A&M University graduate student ’23, always knew he wanted to be a part of the agriculture industry.

Witherspoon, who studied with the TAMU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Poultry Science for his undergraduate degree, has since returned to pursue graduate studies with the associate department head for undergraduate education, Dr. Giri Athrey.

A former Poultry Science Club officer, Witherspoon was named one of the college’s senior merit award winners. The senior merit awards are the highest award given to undergraduates in the college.

“I have always felt something. . .

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