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Undergraduate’s Perspective: The Life of Field Research

Research typically starts with asking a question and aims to end with a result…that will inevitably lead to more questions, comparable to a positive feedback loop. But the world of research is not easy, breezy, and beautiful (“Cover Girl”). Challenges await a researcher at every step of the process, from developing the question to the final product of publishing their […]

By | 2017-12-01T14:01:53-05:00 July 2nd, 2016|Categories: Coral, Undergraduate Research|Tags: , |Comments Off on Undergraduate’s Perspective: The Life of Field Research

Undergraduate’s Perspective: Coral Review

Stemming from my last post (see here), I briefly mentioned coral transplantation and the species I am studying. However, I failed to recognize that a year ago all of the terms, ideas, and experiments were a bunch of individual puzzle pieces that I struggled to put together to get the complete picture. I went to The Bahamas with limited […]

By | 2017-12-01T14:01:54-05:00 June 9th, 2016|Categories: Coral, Endangered species, Restoration, Undergraduate Research|Tags: , |Comments Off on Undergraduate’s Perspective: Coral Review

Undergraduate’s Perspective: My Second Field Season

My name is Elisabeth Frasch and I am an undergraduate student in Dr. Craig Layman’s lab. For my College of Natural Resources Enrichment Fund, I am creating blog posts to share with the general public and potential NC State students. I thought I would share them here as well for those who are interested. Enjoy!

The summer of 2016 marks my […]