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Bird Migration the Focus of Faculty-Student Research Project

Geoscience Prof. Laird and student Augusta Williams ’13 are studying how bird migration patterns affect what appears on weather radar systems. They’ll be heading to Utah on Dec. 15 to begin an on-site study.The migration patterns of eared grebes, a type of waterfowl, are the focus of an article co-written by Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird and Augusta Williams ’13, published in the…
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Ruddy Interns in Big Sky Country

Ruddy_1Firefighters of the U.S. Forest Service work tirelessly at a job few people are willing to try. Hobart basketball’s Luke Ruddy spent this past summer in Missoula, Mont., as an intern for…
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Students Gain Cultural and Field Research Experience in Queensland

Queensland_5Students on the HWS Queensland study abroad program are exploring the ecology and culture unique to eastern Australia. Based at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, the program integrates lectures…
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Cosentino Research Has National Implications

BradA recent article co-written by Assistant Professor of Biology Bradley Cosentino is making waves in the national dialogue over bird-window collisions. Originally published in the journal Biological Conservation, the article…
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Establishing the Dr. Richard A. Ryan Endowed Fund

Students collect information about the ponds at the Hanley Biological Field Preserve as part of "Aquatic Biology" with Associate Professor of Biology Meghan Brown.Student research has found new support in the Dr. Richard A. Ryan Endowed Summer Science Fund, which will provide financial assistance to select students who conduct scientific research at the…
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