Last week, the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation had their annual awards ceremony at Lake Wauburg. I am honored to have been selected as a recipient of the 2018 Florida Wildlife Federation Graduate Student Scholarship!
Every year, the Florida Wildlife Federation awards one or more scholarships to recognize students who express a keen interest in Florida wildlife or intend to pursue a career in Florida wildlife ecology or conservation after graduation. I was selected for my PhD project on Wood Storks, along with MS student Alexis Cardas and undergraduate students Keara Clancy and Sarah Teman. It’s great to receive support from organizations like the Florida Wildlife Federation, who invest in the potential of young researchers!