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Biology students win library research awards
"The Winesett Awards for Library Research recognize creative and original library research completed by Radford University undergraduate students. Prizes were given to the students whose papers or projects best illustrate exemplary use of McConnell Library tools and resources, and the development of information-gathering skills."
This year's winners included 3 biology majors:
Logan Platt (photo above) was a winner in the Lower Division (freshman/sophomores) for his BIOL 232 paper “Animal Diversity Web: Aspidoscelis uniparens,” nominated by Dr. Karen Powers. This project on the desert grassland whiptail lizard will also be published in an on-line encyclopedia, the Animal Diversity Web.
Lauren Seedlock (photo, left) was one of 5 finalists across both divisions for her BIOL 232 paper: "Animal Diversity Web: Lampropeltis calligaster," nominated by Dr. Karen Powers (photo, left). This project on the prairie kingsnake will also be published in an on-line encyclopedia, the Animal Diversity Web.
Claire Dundon (not pictued) was a winner in the Upper division (juniors/seniors) for her English 203 paper, “Cultural Duality: Finding a Voice in Chinese and American Culture through The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts”, nominated by Professor April Asbury. Although not awarded in a biology class, Claire is a biology major.
Winning essays are published in the Archives of the Winesett Scholars, found here: http://libguides.radford.edu/WinesettScholars/2019
Congratulations to our winners in biology!