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Student in Foster lab receives second award

Posted by Jennifer Delisle on 13 March 2013
Kathy Roccaforte, Ph.D. student working with Bryan Foster, has received word that she has won an award from Prairie Biotic Research to further supplement her research on plant-pollinator networks. The award will provide funding for her project titled “Investigating the Impacts of Land Use Intensification and Restoration Efforts on the Structure of Tallgrass Prairie Plant-Pollinator Networks.”

Prairie Biotic Research Inc. of Madison, Wisconsin is a non-profit corporation devoted to basic field biological research in prairies and savannas.