WKU, Gatton Academy students honored at 2019 Kentucky Academy of Science meeting

WKU and Gatton Academy students were honored for their research presentations at the Kentucky Academy of Science meeting Nov. 1-2.

Students recognized at the group’s 105th annual meeting, which was held at Berea College, included the following:

Agricultural Sciences

  • Oral Presentation: first, Spencer Langford, an Agriculture and Food Science major from Springfield; second, Ian Storrs, a Gatton Academy student from Covington, and Sara Barrens, a  Gatton Academy student from Louisville

Chemistry – Organic/Inorganic

  • Poster Presentation: first, Fox Bratcher, a Chemistry major from Hartford

Ecology

  • Oral Presentation: third, Sarah Bell, a Biology and Geography and Geology major from Herndon

Environmental Science

  • Poster Presentation: second, Raquel Dominguez, a Geography and Geology major from Nashville, Tennessee

Geography

  • Oral Presentation: first, Dallas McKinney, a Geography and Geology major from Mayfield

Geology

  • Poster Presentation: second, Darrell Ray, a Geography and Geology major from Somerset, and Justin Brown, a Geography and Geology major from Louisville

Health Sciences

  • Poster Presentation: second, Hannah Leibman. a Gatton Academy student from Prospect

Microbiology

  • Poster Presentation: first, Elizabeth Morgan, a Gatton Academy student from Crestwood

Physics and Astronomy

  • Poster Presentation, first, Alex Henson, a Physics and Math major from Sparta; second, Taylor Robinson, a Physics major from Franklin, Tennessee; third, Lars Hebenstiel, a Gatton Academy student from Union

Physiology and Biochemistry

  • Poster Presentation: second, Kenneth Schlabach, a Biochemistry major from Bowling Green

Social Science Anthropology/Psychology/Sociology

  • Poster Presentation: third, Andrea Anderson, a Psychological Sciences major from Benton

Zoology

  • Poster Presentation: third, Darby Tassell, a Gatton Academy student from Bowling Green

Contact: Ryanne Gregory, (270) 745-6733

Posted with permission from WKU News

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