I’m Jordan Nelson, a Senior at North Dakota State University majoring in Agriculture Economics and minoring in Crop and Weed Science. I have been interning in the Hulke Lab for about one year now and it has honestly been fantastic. I was somewhat intimidated right away when I accepted the position of biological research aid, but the entire lab was welcoming and quickly made me feel comfortable. Being able to work both outside and inside was a very unique characteristic that I was very grateful for. But overall, the people of the lab have definitely been my favorite part of this internship. The ability for us to be efficient as well as make time for fun was a key factor as to my enjoyment here. My project for the summer was to promote the Honeycomb hybrid that has been excelling in parts of Canada. That project included gathering information and facts about the hybrid and compiling them into a tri-fold brochure. But whether the task of the day was planting, thinning, harvesting, threshing, or even cleaning headbags (fo dayz), I will always cherish my time at the Hulke Lab.