Congrats to Allison Matzelle of the Helmuth Lab for winning a university award to wrap up her dissertation in the coming months. Matzelle earned kudos in 2014 when she was awarded a highly competitive National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship to use energy budget models to understand how energy flow between intertidal organisms. She used this approach to look at how the coupled effects of environmental and predation stress influences dynamics in intertidal communities.
MSC grad student receives dissertation completion fellowship
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