CONWAY, Ark. (April 7, 2014) – Three Hendrix students gave presentations of their undergraduate science research at the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society South Central Regional Convention at the University of Oklahoma Biological Field
Station on Lake Texoma, Okla.
All three students won awards for their presentations.
- Adam Bigott ’14 won 1st place for his oral presentation titled "Partitioning Pines: Drawing Species Lines for the broadly described Pinus ponderosa."
- Laura Klasek ’14 won 3rd place for her oral presentation titled "Pleistocene Seed Dispersal of Anachronistic Fruits: Using Elephants to Test Ancient Plant-Animal Interactions."
- Chelsea Woods ’14 won 3rd place for her poster titled "Cell types in the Mouse Dorsal Root Ganglion that Express a PLP-LacZ Transgene."
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