Biology presentations were made at all of the research venues this week, and our students brought home a number of awards for their work.
Research Appreciation Week kicked off with the Women in Science, Mathematics, and Technology program on the afternoon of 01 April. Multiple Biology students and faculty presented posters, including:
Biology students earned a number of awards at this year’s Women in Science, Mathematics, and Technology program. Emily Bellush (first place) and Melissa Medina (second place) were honored with graduate student poster awards, and Rebecca Beadling (second place) and Samantha Eichelberger (third place) were honored with undergraduate poster awards.
Samantha Eichelberger presenting at the Women in Science, Mathematics, and Technology program
The events of Research Week continued on Tuesday at the eight annual Undergraduate Scholars Forum. Presenters from Biology included:
Once again, Biology students were among the honorees. Samantha Eichelberger won the first place poster award for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, as well as the first place Sigma Xi award. Wendy Leuenberger was honored with the Outstanding Presentation Award for our college.
Julie Scott presenting at the Undergraduate Scholars Forum
Once the undergraduate students had demonstrated their talents, it was time for the graduate students to take the stage in the third annual Graduate Scholars Forum, on Wednesday. Once again, Biology had a strong showing, with presentations including:
Biology students Stephanie Moon (first place), Amber Nolder (second place), and Ethan Cullen (third place) took home all of the awards given for students from the College of Natural Sciences at Mathematics.
Congratulations to all of our presenters and award winners!
Tobechukwu Ukah presenting at the Graduate Scholars Forum
Department of Biology