Three posters and one oral presentation at the April 22, 2016 Scholarship Sewanee involved neuroscience research, broadly construed. As befits a liberal arts college, neuroscience minors also participated in four posters in other fields.
Meg Armistead (C’14 Ecology and Biodiversity) has published her honors thesis work on the patterns and drivers of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) herbivory across 3,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau.
Dean of the College Terry Papillon has announced the appointment of Eric Greenwood as director of the university’s Babson Center for Global Commerce, effective June 1. He will succeed Chip Manning, who has directed the Babson Center for the past five years.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is pleased to announce this year's McCrady Prizes for poster presentations at Scholarship Sewanee. The high quality of the posters led to some very difficult decision for the judges to choose the top three in each category.