Graduate student recognized for teaching

July 25, 2019
Nall Moonilall received the 2019 NACTA Graduate Student Teaching Award.

Congratulations Nall Moonilall, who received the NACTA Graduate Student Teaching Award at the Annual Conference of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture held at the College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, Idaho with the theme “Connecting to STEM.”

The NACTA Graduate Student Teaching Award recognizes and rewards graduate students who excel as teachers in the agricultural disciplines and engaged in classroom instruction.

Nall is a Ph.D. student in the Environmental Science Graduate Program (ESGP) pursuing a doctoral degree in Environmental Science. He has served as a graduate teaching associate for several courses in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR), incuding: Urban Soils and Ecosystem Services: Assessment and Restoration (ENR 5279), Environmental Soil Physics (ENR 5261), Environmental Fate and Impact of Pollutants in Soil and Water (ENR 5273), Wetland Ecology and Restoration Lecture and Lab (ENR 5250.01 and ENR 5250.02), and Introduction to Soil Science Lab (ENR 3001). He has also served as a graduate research associate for the SENR and the Carbon Management and Sequestration Center.