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Research Technician
Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
1575 Varsity Drive – Module 6
Campus Box 7616
Raleigh, NC  27606
Phone: 919-793-6125
Email: drfreund@ncsu.edu


Education
BS: North Carolina State University
MS: North Carolina State University


Daniel is a Raleigh local with previous experience working on golf courses. Daniel received his BS in Turfgrass Management from NC State University, before joining the Wolfpack to pursue an MS, co-majoring in Plant Pathology and Crop Science. During his graduate studies, Daniel evaluated the movement of fungicides on putting greens as affected by irrigation, while also assessing fungicide removal in turfgrass clippings. Daniel worked with Dr. Travis Gannon and the Pesticide Fate and Behavior Research group while pursuing his MS, assisting in research trials with various pesticides and crops. Daniel has now joined the NCSU Turf Pathology team where he helps in the Turf Diagnostic Lab and assists with fungicide research trials.