A leader and collaborator in grape extension and research
at Cornell University, Dr. Timothy Martinson will receive ASEV’s
highest honor, the ASEV Merit
Award. Martinson led New York’s sustainability initiatives in
wine throughout his career and will be presenting his Merit Award
presentation, An Insect Ecologist’s “Random Walk”
Through the Viticultural Landscape at the 74th ASEV National
Conference, in Napa, California this June.
“To be acknowledged by your peers for your life’s work is
humbling and a great honor. I am overjoyed to receive the ASEV
Merit Award and to be able to share my work with colleagues and
future leaders at the National Conference,” says Martinson. “My
career has offered me the opportunity to interact with an
informed and active grower community and to collaborate with so
many great colleagues at Cornell and elsewhere. Any impacts my
program has fostered are the direct result of cooperative efforts
with colleagues and growers.”
ASEV has selected Dr. Anna Katharine Mansfield, associate
professor of food science and associate director of Cornell
AgriTech, Cornell University, New York, as the 2023 ASEV Extension
Distinction Award recipient.
“I don’t think there are many extension enologists whose efforts
compare to those of Anna Katharine’s in supporting the U.S. wine
and grape industry,” says Keith Striegler, ASEV board president.
Anna Katharine focuses her efforts in helping regional wineries
through enology extension and applied research on wine production
processes. Her research interests include tannin extraction and
retention in red wines, anthocyanin development, the effect of
protein on sparkling wine foam, and defining regional identity in
developing winegrowing areas.
ASEV members are in the vineyards, the laboratories, the cellars
and the classrooms teaching the next oenophile. With their
passion and dedication to the industry, they are the ones
everyone turns to for answers.
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