Joey Peters, MS student in Dr. Elise Granek lab, received Robert E. Malouf Marine Studies Scholarship (2014-2015) to assess the effects of fluoxetine (i.e. Prozac) on the California mussel, Mytilus Californianus, to determine if environmentally relevant concentrations are affecting mussel physiology and their susceptibility to predation.
Jacinda Mainord, Ph.D student in Dr. Linda George's lab, was awarded an American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Lighting the Pathway to Faculty Careers for Natives in STEM.
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The Oregon Lake Watch program is looking for volunteers to survey for aquatic invasive species and monitor water quality in our lakes, ponds and reservoirs. More information HERE.
Dresner, M., Handelman, C., Braun, S., Rollwagen-Bollens, G 2014. Environmental identity, pro-environmental behaviors, and civic engagement of volunteer stewards in Portland area parks. Environmental Education Research DOI 10.1080/13504622.2014.964188.
Dresner, M. Using teachers’ quantitative models to capture changes in understanding
resulting from research experiences. ACTA CIENTíFIC 26(3), 3-12.
Moldenke, A., Dresner, M., Kirkpatrick, S., Cooper, S., Soule, K. 2014 A cross-site litter decomposition study with teacher-scientists partnerships. ACTA CIENTíFIC 26(3), 13-26.
*ESM Graduate student
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