Hannah Whaley, a wildlife biology major, was recently featured on STEM Spots for a Women in Science edition. Whaley talks to Becky Baker, senior instructor of astronomy, about restoration ecology. She also talks about her goats. "A lot of times humans really mess up the ecosystem by rechanneling a stream or any sort of agriculture," Whaley said. "There are also a lot of … [Read more...] about Biology student featured on STEM Spots
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The Southwest Association of Naturalists met in San Marcos, Texas, April 12-15 to share research, network and gain new skill sets. Presentations Several MSU faculty and students presented research at the conference. Dr. Day B. Ligon, Donald T. McKnight and Joshua Harmon. Distribution and habitat associations of Western Chicken Turtles in Southeastern Oklahoma … [Read more...] about Cottonmouths and turtles: Oh my!
It's not just us that think our students are amazing. Two students, graduate student Colton Lynn and undergraduate student Jenna Davis were recently featured in "The Standard" spotlights. As both prepare to graduate this Friday, they were recognized for their hard work and dedication to their field. About their stories Lynn is currently an award-winning TA for … [Read more...] about Students featured in The Standard
Kevin Martin, a senior biology major, recently won Student Employee of the Year at Missouri State. About the job As I headed into Temple Hall to interview Martin, I was expecting a typical sit-down interview with him and his nominator, Dr. Katy Frederick-Hudson, microbiology lab coordinator. Instead, as I arrived, Frederick-Hudson asks if I have on closed toed shoes. When … [Read more...] about Biology student awarded Student Employee of the Year