Undergraduate scholars in the School of Environment and Natural Resources presented their research at the 2015 Fall Undergraduate Research Student Poster Forum on the campus of The Ohio State University on September 17, 2015. The Forum is co-sponsored by the OSU Undergraduate Research Office and OSU University Libraries.
Research posters presented at this year's Forum included:
- Kevin Fisher (below left) majoring in Environmental Science and advised by Professor Konrad Dabrowski, presented, "Effects of overwinter conditions on survival and growth of invasive species of Asian carp."
- Michelle Kaiser (shown right) majoring in Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife and advised by Associate Professor Roger Williams, presented, "Ruffed grouse habitat assessment at The Wilds."
- Emma Grace Matcham (below right) majoring in Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife and advised by Assistant Professor Reed Johnson and Post Doctoral Researcher Chia Lin (Entomology) and Sreelakshmi Suresh majoring in Evolution and Ecology, presented, "Honey bee foraging in landscapes contaminated with neonicotinoids during corn planting."
- Alayna Reckner majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainabillity and advised by Kendra McSweeney (Geography), presented, "Is Belize REDD+ ready? The politics of resource rights amidst Mayan customary lands."
- Benjamin Schott majoring in Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics and advised by Professor Konrad Dabrowski and Megan Kemski, presented, "Investigation of growth and development of nutritionally programmed yellow perch juveniles."
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