Congratulations to Morgan Muell, 2020 winner of the Alan Woolf Outstanding M.S. Student Award
Congratulations to Alexander Glass, 2020 winner of the Director's Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award
Congratulations to Wilson Guillory, 2020 winner of the John L. Roseberry Award for Meritorious Student Publication
Tati Gettelman, Zoology M.S. student advised by Dr. Clay Nielsen, poster titled Surgically Implanting River Otters with Intra-Abdominal Radiotransmitters Using Reversible Non-DEA Scheduled Drugs, was named Best Student Poster Presentation at the 2020 Virtual The Wildlife Society Conference.
Bri Winkel, Forestry M.S. student advised by Dr. Clay Nielsen, poster titled Cougar Recolonization of Eastern North America: Habitat Connectivity and Human Dimensions, was named Best Student Poster Presentation at the 80th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Springfield, IL.
Tiffanie Atherton, Zoology Ph.D. student co-advised by Drs. Clay Nielsen and Ed Heist, oral presentation titled Rescued by the Neighbors? The Potential Need for a Genetic Augmentation of Eastern Woodrats in southern Illinois, was named Second Place Student Oral Presentation at the 80th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Springfield, IL.