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Terry Nipp

Terry Nipp

Senior Scientist / Program Development

Program development

Dr. Terry Nipp is a Senior Scientist at Texas A&M’s Blackland Research and Extension Center.  Terry has lead responsibility for university outreach and developing interdisciplinary and multi-institutional projects that apply the Integrated Decision Support System’s (IDSS) suite of modeling tools to farms, watersheds, and landscapes to address the challenges of water quality and quantity, climate, agriculture, environment and food systems.  Terry also serves as a Research Consultant with Columbia University’s Center for Climate Systems Research and works with the Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP). 


Joint BAs in Political Science and Human Biology, Stanford University.


M.A. Stanford Food Research Institute.

M.S. Biology, Stanford University.                   

Ph.D. Crop Science, Oklahoma State University.