Summer 2018 Student News
Bri Loeks-Johnson received the Moos Graduate Research Fellowship for her research on denitrification and nutrient limitation in lakes across a land-use gradient. Loeks-Johnson is advised by Jim Cotner.
Kaitlin Reinl received the 2018 David M. Dolan Scholarship from the International Association of Great Lakes Research, based on her proposal, Assessing future risk of cyanobacteria blooms in western Lake Superior. The scholarship is awarded to a graduate student conducting research using applied environmental statistics or modelling to study the Great Lakes. Reinl is advised by Bob Sterner.
Amber White was named a 2018 National Science Foundation's Research Fellow. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master's and doctoral degrees. White is advised by Nathan Johnson.