E.S. George Reserve Scholarships
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
EEB Ph.D. students John Marino and Mike Sheehan are the 2011 recipients of the Edwin S. George Reserve Scholarship to enhance their research at the George Reserve.
Marino is examining the distributions of parasites among amphibian populations across a landscape of ponds. He is interested in the interactive effects of parasites and predators on amphibians.
Sheehan is studying cognitive development in wasps. They each received $2,700.
2010 recipients of the ESGR Scholarships were Marino, Sheehan, and Leiling Tao. Tao studies how resource imbalance affects species interactions under global environmental change.
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