:: I love seeing Caribbean people succeed, and use their education to fuel the development of the islands. I love to see that agricultural education is not forgotten. Too often, I have seen people back home frown upon farms. We must remember, we are what we eat. Yay to Machel for pursuing a higher degree in agriculture! ::
As customary on Tech4agri , we take the time to feature agriyouth like many of us out there striving for success. Understanding success factors certainly helps one along the way but it is not an exact formula. What is clear is that one must have that drive to pursue what he or she is truly after, exhausting every opportunity, to ensure they accomplish their goals.
This week we feature Machel A. Emanuel, a Dominican born, PhD student at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica. Machel’s academic background features a Bsc. Zoology & Botany, following that an Msc. Plant Production and Protection.
Over time Machel opted for an academic career within the university community which led to a specific research area in crop science with a focus on post harvest techniques. Mainly his work is devoted to the physiology and biochemistry of fresh tropical and sub-tropical fruits during the maturation, ripening and…
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