Freshmen Seminar Students at MSU’s 2015 UURAF

Seven students enrolled in a Freshman Seminar co-taught by Julie Libarkin, Stephen Thomas, and Ryan Claytor presented at MSU’s 2015 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). All of the students did amazing jobs conducting, analyzing, and presenting their research; three students won their sections. Congratulations to all presenters and winners! 1. Laura Azouz, USINGContinue reading “Freshmen Seminar Students at MSU’s 2015 UURAF”

Undergraduates at the Fate of the Earth!

Kyler Stanley and Nicole Fisher recently presented at the 2015 Fate of the Earth symposium: Nicole Fisher, Drawings as a Window into Children’s Representations of Insects Kyler Stanley, Measuring Connection to the Environment through Drawing Analysis I am so excited to report that both Kyler and Nicole received Honorable Mentions for their work! Congratulations!

MORE AWARDS AND HAPPENINGS

GRL personnel have again made some important achievements. I am excited to report that: Undergraduate GREG RUETENIK did an amazing job on his poster at UURAF. His poster was entitled “APPLICATION OF SPATIAL ANALYSIS TOOLS TO PROJECTION OF EYE TRACKING DATA”. This work was funded by an MSU Undergraduate Research Support Scholarship; he is workingContinue reading “MORE AWARDS AND HAPPENINGS”

GRADUATE STUDENTS EARN PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS

Several graduate students in the GRL were recently recognized for their exceptional efforts in research through receipt of summer funding fellowships, research and travel grants, and national awards. ROBERT DROST and SHELDON TURNER both received Environmental Science and Policy Graduate Student Summer Research Funding grants from Michigan State University. These grants provide funding for livingContinue reading “GRADUATE STUDENTS EARN PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS”