Recent University-Funded Scholarship Awards
Benjamin Freed (Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work). Ecological Study of Lemurs in Madagascar. $3,000.
Brown, David (Biological Sciences). Do Invasive Plants Benefit a Wintering Songbird?: Page Charges for Northeastern Naturalist. $360.
Clint Pinion (Environmental Health Science). Pesticide Contamination in Urban Beehives. $5,636.
Gary Ritchison (Biological Sciences). Factors Influencing Pre-Fledging Mass Recession of Eastern Bluebirds. $2,960.
Jamie Fredericks (Chemistry). Direct PCR Analysis from Blood Stained Concrete. $3,000.
Jason Marion (Environmental Health Science). Evaluation of Antibiotic Residues in Milk from Kenyan Milk ATMs. $2,999.
Jon Endonino (Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work). Tomoka Archaelogy Project Stage Iib. $2,986.
Jonathan Malzone (Geosciences). Surface Water and Groundwater Sources of Nutrients in Landscapes with Thin Soils. $9,059.
Michael Bradley (Recreation and Park Administration). Perceptions of Black Bear Management in Kentucky's Appalachia. $2,666.
Renee Causey-Upton (Occupational Therapy). Pre-Operative Education for Total Knee Replacement. $2,986.
Yangxuan Liu (Agriculture). A Risk Analysis of Precision Farming for Tomato Production. $1,958.