Cedric Habiyaremye

Cedric Habiyaremye was born and raised in Rwanda, and he is currently a graduate student at University Washington State University in Pullman, WA. His research projects focus on agronomic practices of small grains such as quinoa, teff, millet, amaranth and food barley to enhance the nutrition and utilization of novel and sustainable food and farming systems through interdisciplinary approaches: crop diversity, food science, and anthropology. Cedric received different awards and honors in his work and as an agriculture student including CAHNRS Interdisciplinary Team Award 2015 (Team Interdisciplinary Award Quinoa Research and Extension Team). He also received the Future Leaders Forum (FLF) Scholarship, AIARD 2015 class of Leaders. He was also featured in the article of the United Nations World Food Programme website; “From a Refugee Facing Hunger – To a Student Learning to Fight It.” http://www.wfp.org/students-and-teachers/students/blog/refugee-facing-hunger%E2%80%A6-student-learning-fight-it

 

 

 

 


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