Presentation takes award at Kansas Academy of SciencesAugust 20, 2012
Nathan Holoubek (River Falls, Wisc.), a graduate student in biology at Emporia State University, took second place at the Kansas Academy of Sciences in Wichita for the master’s level of science oral presentation. The oral presentation, which focused on the bird occupancy in relation to Oak Savanna Habitat, was first presented at the ESU Research and Creativity Day. Along with this achievement, Holoubek also earned the Harold Durst Graduate Research Award for 2011-12. Holoubek enjoys the opportunities and the people in the biology department.
“I chose ESU for graduate school to work with Dr. (Bill) Jensen. I enjoy the ESU biology department’s close-knit feel. Faculty and other students are willing to help out and work together.”
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