Every year, the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station sponsors an open student poster competition to recognize significant research accomplishments of School of Environmental and Biological Sciences students. Awards to undergraduate and graduate students are given in the areas of basic or laboratory-based research, and for applied or field-based research.
On April 10, a reception was held in the first floor lobby of Foran Hall for the public and judges viewing of the posters. There were some outstanding entries that represent a lot of hard work and demonstrate what our students can do when given the opportunity to do independent, creative research.
NJAES would like to announce the winners of the 2014 Student Poster Competition who are as follows:
Undergraduate Basic/Lab Research: Kaitlin Morey, Plant Biology and Pathology
Undergraduate Applied/Field Research: Rebecca Cook, Environmental Sciences
Graduate Basic/Lab Research: Allyson Agostini-Dreyer, Nutritional Sciences
Graduate Applied/Field Research: Jennifer Blake-Mahmud, Ecology, Evolution and Natural ResourcesTo all who submitted their posters, your efforts are acknowledged, and thank you for your participation. To all their advisors, our appreciation goes out to you for supporting your respective students. We also thank the judges for volunteering their time and effort in support of the contest.
For more information about the competition, please contact:
Senior Administrative Assistant
New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
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