Nick Goltz

Academic Credentials:
B.S. in Entomology with a focus in Biosecurity — University of Florida

Why DPM?
The DPM degree is the culmination of a holistic professional program that beautifully synthesizes entomology, nematology, plant pathology, agronomy, mycology, and other topics. Because of this, a Doctor of Plant Medicine is able to wear many hats! They might be an educator in one moment and an ambassador of the environment in the next. To me, this is incredibly cool.
I love the depth of knowledge and flexibility that the DPM degree provides almost as much as the genuineness of the students it attracts. The Doctor of Plant Medicine degree will allow me to have any number of careers that directly involve my greatest passions: solving problems, supporting the environment, and helping others.

“A man has made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows full well he will never sit.”
– Elton Trueblood, The Life We Prize (1951)

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