IUP Biology students were awarded recognition and funding for their research proposals at last weekend's annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
At the conference, multiple students and faculty from Department of Biology attended and presented their research.
Daniel Dudek (advisor: Josiah Townsend) won the Best Graduate Poster Presentation award for his research project entitled “Patterns of matrilineal evolution of neotropical leopard frogs (Ranidae: Rana: Pantherana.)”
The following students received word that their research proposals had been selected for Pennsylvania Academy of Science funding:
Congratulations to all of the awardees!