Undergraduate Students Win Funding For Research Projects
May 04, 2007
Four students from the College of Agricultural Sciences received funding to complete research during the upcoming 2007-2008 academic year. The students are part of the 2007 REACH [Research Enriched Academic Challenge] Awards Competition. Student receiving funding include:
- Russell McKeith, "Can We Use 'Arm and Hammer' Better Pork Products?: Using Sodium Bicarbonate to Alter pH in Hot Dogs" [Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Karen Jones, Animal Science].
- Jamie Douglas, "The Effects of Dietary Phytoestrogens on Gut Microflora and Disease Resistance in Two Teleost Species" [Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Anita Kelly, Zoology].
- Benjamin Vandermyde, "Biological Alternative to Herbicide for the Control of Invasive Shrubs" [Faculty Sponsor: Dr. John Groninger, Forestry].
- Andrew Somor, "Effect of Autumn Olive Removal on Nitrogen Leaching at Plot and Watershed Scales" [Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Karl Williard].
"Students Win Funding for Research Projects" [The Saluki Times, 05/04/2007]