Dr. Rebekah Waller (pictured, front and center) received her PhD in Biosystems Engineering in May 2021 and was honored by the Indigenous Food, Energy & Water Security and Sovereignty (Indige-FEWSS) Program as her graduation concluded four years spent with this program. Her doctoral research evaluated the technical feasibility of integrating flexible, semi-transparent organic photovoltaic (OPV) technologies with greenhouse systems, with the overarching goal of increasing the sustainability and accessibility of greenhouse agriculture. Her advisor is Dr. Murat Kacira, Director of the CEAC and professor in Biosystems Engineering. Rebekah is a recipient of the 2021 Marshall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship and was a 2020 Carson Scholars. She recognizes that the Indige-FEWSS program helped her gain a brighter awareness of FEW technologies in Indigenous communities. She is thankful to the Diné people for welcoming, hosting, and teaching her for the past four years. Great work and congratulations, Bekah!