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Jennifer Archambault

I was grateful to be awarded a supplemental scholarship from the Foundation for Agromedicine and Toxicology. Receiving this financial gift provided me opportunities that have supported my academics, my dissertation research, and my overall development as a scholar. First, the scholarship enabled me to add 14 books to my library that are relevant to my [...]

2017-09-19T17:08:46+00:00

Gina Hilton

I have recently successfully defended my PhD in the Toxicology program at NC State, and I would like to thank you for the generous supplemental scholarship award. These funds have provided me the opportunity to travel to conferences I would not have been able to attend without additional financial support. The funds provided from this [...]

2017-08-28T11:15:33+00:00

Katherine Duke

First, I would like to give a huge thank you to the foundation. The scholarship not only afforded me an opportunity to apply for specialty conferences, but because of this opportunity I was also selected to give a podium talk and interacted with some of the experts in the field of lung biology. As a [...]

2017-08-24T15:09:38+00:00

CMAST features Jacob Krause

The Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) has a student spotlight feature highlighting Jacob Krause, a PhD student in Applied Ecology advised by Dr. Jeff Buckel and Dr. Joe Hightower. Jacob describes his research and the path he took as a student and researcher. Weakfish abundance has been in decline for the last 10 [...]

2017-07-06T14:14:43+00:00

Conserving Butterflies

Zoology Ph.D. student Elsita Kiekebusch in the Nick Haddad Lab is featured in the NC State CALS Magazine Spring 2017 issue. Elsita is a 2016-17 Southeast Climate Science Center Global Change Fellow who studies the impacts of climate change on the development and life cycles of butterflies. Read the CALS Magazine feature here: https://cals.ncsu.edu/news/conserving-butterflies-elsita-kiekebusch

2017-07-06T14:14:43+00:00

Saving Mangroves

Zoology Ph.D. student Ryann Rossi in the Craig Layman Lab is featured in the NC State CALS Magazine Spring 2017 issue. Rossi, a 2016-17 Southeastern Climate Science Center Global Change Fellow, researches mangrove ecosystems in the Caribbean and is investigating the possible causes of mangrove die-offs. Read the CALS Magazine feature here: https://cals.ncsu.edu/news/saving-mangroves-ryann-rossi/

2017-07-06T14:14:43+00:00