Congratulations to Nathan Dorff, recipient of the Carl Morrow Scholarship awarded by the Conservation Federation of Missouri! Nathan was awarded the scholarship for his work on hyporheic ecology of Ozark gravel-bed streams (Advisor, Dr. Deb Finn). … [Read more...] about Biology grad student receives fisheries scholarship
Congratulations to Biology graduate student, Jeff Williams! Jeff's poster, The Impacts of a Low Water Crossing on Fish Movement in an Ozark Stream (Advisor, Dr. Deb Finn) was awarded "Best Student Poster" by the American Fisheries Society at the Missouri Natural Resources Conference (MNRC) last week. He was also recognized for his work on the 2018 MNRC planning committee. In … [Read more...] about Biology Grad Student Wins Award at MNRC!
I was born and raised here in Springfield, MO. Both my parents went to Missouri State University, but at that time it was called Southwest Missouri State University. They meet while working at an event planning committees that help set up for concerts. Twenty-eight years and three kids later, they are still happily married. Like I said before, me and my sisters grew up in … [Read more...] about Student Spotlight: How a graduate program brought Shannon back home!
Hi! My name is Rachel Padget, and I am a Master’s of Science in biology student here at Missouri State University! I graduated in spring 2015 with my B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Central Missouri. I have 10 reasons why MSU would make an excellent choice for your graduate school education! 1. The research projects available within the biology department. To be … [Read more...] about Student Spotlight: Why Rachel chose MSU for her graduate education!