NREM Graduate Student Poster Symposium
Come show off your chili cooking skills! The competition categories include: Roadkill Chili (non-conventional meat), Veggie Victory, Five-Alarm, Crowd Pleasin' (guests' favorite), and overall Chili Champ. Prizes will be given out for the winner in each category!
Please email Emma Hashman (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in competing, judging, making a dessert, or helping out with the event.
Dr. Keith Gido, Kansas State University, Division of Biology
"Pockets of resistance: response of arid-land stream communities to climate, hydrology, and wildfire"
Dr. Bill Severud, University of Minnesota, Postdoctoral Research Associate
“Understanding the Complexities and Impact of Wolf Predation on a Declining Moose Population”
Alex’s thesis is titled "Rangewide Genetic Diversity and Population Structure and Within Basin Metapopulation Analysis of the Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) " The abstract of Alex’s thesis is included below.
Dr. Laura Jackson, University of Northern Iowa, Tallgrass Prairie Center
Dr. Craig Packer, University of Minnesota, Director of the Lion Research Center
“One is the loneliest number: The ecology of group living in African lions”
Molly Hansen, Executive Director of Iowa Rivers Revival, Des MoinesTitle:
Dr. Shawn Riley, Michigan State University, Fisheries and Wildlife
“Eat prey and love: dynamics of wild-harvested meat in Swedish (market) and American (non-market) societies”
Dr. Tyler Grant, Iowa State University, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Joint Seminar with ENT
“Modeling Monarch Butterfly Dynamics: A Simulation Model of Movement and Egg-Laying and a Bayesian Statistical Model for Survival Estimation”
Dr. Wes Larson, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Co-op Fishery Research Unit