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APSU grad students win state zoology awards

Two graduate research assistants in the Center of Excellence for Field Biology at APSU won awards for zoology presentations during the annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science.

John Davenport won first place for his poster, The herpetofauna of Fort Donelson National Battlefield, Stewart County, Tennessee: a preliminary report. He is a graduate student of Dr. Floyd Scott, professor of biology.
Two graduate research assistants in the Center of Excellence for Field Biology at APSU won awards for zoology presentations during the annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science.

John Davenport won first place for his poster, “The herpetofauna of Fort Donelson National Battlefield, Stewart County, Tennessee: a preliminary report.” He is a graduate student of Dr. Floyd Scott, professor of biology.

Laura Mills was awarded third place for her delivery of a paper titled “Developing biotic integrity metrics to identify impacts of land use on wetlands.” She is the graduate student of Dr. Steve Hamilton, professor of biology.

For more information, telephone Scott or Hamilton at (931) 221-7019.
—Rebecca Mackey