CFANS students awarded Bell Museum Fellowships
Four CFANS graduate students were among those selected to receive Bell Museum Fellowships and Awards for the 2018-19 academic year. The honored students, their area of study, research project, and advisers are:
Thomas Gable – conservation sciences – “Do Beavers Bugger Moose Populations from Wolf Predation?” – Joseph Bump
Jamie Mosel – natural resources science and management – “Adaptive Silviculture and Forest Responses to Climate Change Stressors” – Rebecca Montgomery
Corrie Nyquist – entomology – “Assessing Chironomid Longevity in Thermally Variable Icelandic Streams” – Leonard Ferrington
Anna Peschel – conservation biology – “Predicting the Adaptive Capacity of Chamaecrista Fasciculata to Climate Change in the Tallgrass Prairie” – Ruth G. Shaw
Annually, the Bell Museum awards more than $175,000 in fellowships and awards across UMN to advance graduate research and scholarship. A cross-college faculty committee makes the selections; awards vary in amount and duration.