Doctoral student’s fertigation startup awarded first Husker Venture Fund investment

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Husker Venture Fund awarded its first investment of $25,000 to Jackson Stansell, (second from left) a biological systems engineering doctoral student. Also pictured are HVF students and managing directors Keith Nordling (left), Emily Kist (second from right), and Adam Folsom.
Husker Venture Fund awarded its first investment of $25,000 to Jackson Stansell, (second from left) a biological systems engineering doctoral student. Also pictured are HVF students and managing directors Keith Nordling (left), Emily Kist (second from right), and Adam Folsom.

Husker Venture Fund, a student-led venture capital fund, awarded their debut investment of $25,000 to startup Sentinel Fertigation and its founder Jackson Stansell, a doctoral student in biological systems engineering.





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