Kennedy students were able to participate in a 25 year study led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Region.
This year's research team was composed of two scholars from Mississippi State University—Riley Porter, graduate student, and George Williams, undergraduate student.
Read more at https://www.army.mil/article/259604
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A new paper is out from our research describing an uncommon bee in Mississippi. It is the first record of a specimen from this species displaying morphological characteristics of both males and females. And perhaps most unique about this finding is that the bee was found using sunflowers (mid-June 2016) planted for dove or other hunting the following fall.
MSU students and alumni, winners at 5th North American Duck Symposium
Posted on 8/24/2009 by Rick Kaminski
Mississippi State University was well represented at the 5th North American Duck Symposium in Canada, with 49 presentations made by current students, faculty, and alumni.
Winners in the annual event, included alumnus Josh Vest, a current doctoral student at Utah State University. Vest received third place for his oral presentation on research conducted on the Great Salt Lake in Utah. He also received a travel scholarship.Doctoral candidates Heath Hagy and Jacob Straub faired well in the competition, garnering second place for their poster presentation entitled, "A reliable correction factor for recovery of moist-soil seeds from core samples." The pair also received travel scholarships to the symposium.
Master’s student Elizabeth St. James placed second in the poster presentation competition for research on the effects of hunting frequency on waterfowl use, harvest, and hunt quality on Mississippi Wildlife Management Areas.
Congratulations to the former and current student who represented Mississippi State University well during the five-day conference.