2022 Senior Graduation Award Winners
Six awards are presented annually by the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources.
The award winners are as follows:
2022 G.H. Cook Scholars
Undergraduate Research Experiences
Jayne Hessler in Dr. Henry John-Alder's lab studies the movement of Chigger mites
Olivia Matise's Summer Study Abroad
James Duffy (SEBS '18), one of our own graduating EENR seniors was selected from a pool of 12 senior SEBS students to give the Class Representative Remarks at the SEBS 2018 Convocation on May 14, 2018!
He has a Major in Ecology, Evolution, & Natural Resources, and Minors in Environmental Policy and Environmental Geomatics.
Janel Borden checking names of plant specimens to be sorted into the APG III system at the Chrysler Herbarium.
Anna Korn is entering data for a native plant species restoration experiment involving Jamaica Bay fringing habitats in Dr. Myla Aronson's lab.
Brian Schumm works with Brooke Maslo studying white-nose syndrome affected bat species and performing behavioral observations on threatened shorebird species.
Alisha Sharma is identifying a weed under the microscope in Lena Struwe's lab
Natasia Jacko is researching plant viruses and their effects in Siobain Duffy's lab
Rob Helsel spent his summer of 2017 interning at the Central Caribbean Marine Institute on Little Cayman, completing field studies on marine herbivory, urchin populations, and reef monitoring
Congratulations to poster winner Samantha Fagundez at the Mid-Atlantic ESA conference. Maxwell Nausabum and Elise McKean also presented posters. They all did their research in Michael Sukhdeo's lab under supervision of Rita Grunberg (PhD candidate)