This summer SAFS graduate student Emma Timmins-Schiffman along with Bryan Bartley (Bioengineering), and Lauren Vandepas (Biology) – have mentored a group of high school students from local Seattle schools. The students have accomplished some pretty impressive research projects over the course of the summer as they learn about interactions between the environment and local biota. On August 26 at 4 pm, the students will be presenting their research in a research symposium in FSH 102. All are welcome to attend the symposium and join us for a brief reception afterwards to chat with the students about their research interests.
Temporal changes in an invertebrate intertidal communities in a disturbed area in Puget Sound – Maighread Clark & Maddy Schneider
Molecular identification of chlorophyte communities in Puget Sound – Robert Hicks & Tierra Schanbeck