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EEB graduate student Daphne Mayes presents award winning poster

Monday, April 4, 2016

EEB graduate student Daphne Mayes (left) took second place and with it a $400 cash prize for her poster presentation: Diversity of trap-nesting bees and wasps within remnant and restoration tall grass prairies in eastern Kansas. Sarah Anderson, KU sophomore who is majoring in English and Environmental Studies, took first place and a $500 cash award for her oral presentation: Response of periodical cicadas to a fragmented landscape.

 



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