Spring 2013 Student News
Brittany Kruger was named a winner of the Elsevier Research Scholarship. The scholarship was launched in 2012 and is intended to encourage exchange of ideas, expertise and techniques and cultivate the scientific dialogue which Elsevier, Organic Geochemistry and European Association of Organic Geochemistry (EAOG) believe to be fundamental to the advancement of research. The winners will each receive a prize of €2,500 to assist with their research projects. Kruger is advised by Josef Werne and Elizabeth Minor.
Thomas Pevan received his M. S. Degree in December 2012. His thesis was titled: Factors Contributing to Cyanobacteria Blooms in Upper Saint Croix Lake, WI. Pevan was advised by Stephanie Guildford.
Emily Resseger received her M. S. Degree in February 2013. Her thesis was titled Communication and Public Outreach for Emerging Contaminants in Public Drinking Water Supplies in Minnesota. Resseger was advised by Heinz Stefan.