Two HC Students Receive BBB Research Grants
Two students were fully funded this fall from the Beta Beta Beta Research Grant program for their outstanding research. This competitive program provided funding for students who are members of Beta Beta Beta, a National Biology Honor Society.
Jake Wardyn was awarded for his work on Birth Rate and Neonatal Leukemia in Rats Exposed to Electromagnetic Radiation During Gestation and Birth. Dr. John Kuehn is the research advisor for Jake.
April Christensen was awarded for her work entitled “The Effects of Bacillus thringiensis (Bt) on the Life Cycle of Hippodamia convergens (Convergent Lady Beetle).” Dr. Amy Morris is April’s research advisor.