My data collection is complete and I'm now on to analysis and writing. I've really enjoyed conducting research up here in Kensington and I have learned a great deal. I've often heard that you learn more from the mistakes you make than the things you get right, so I'd like to share some of my mistakes and frustrations with you.
Hello everyone! My name is Hannah and I am a student at Stanford University where I study interdisciplinary environmental science. As a native to Chicagoland, it is a real treat to be back in the area working for the Chicago Botanic Garden and viewing the region through a whole new lens!
Hi everyone out there in the Blogosphere!
My name is Laura and I’ll be a senior at the University of Oregon this upcoming year, majoring in Environmental Science with a minor in Biology. This summer, I got the great chance to travel far from home here to the Chicago Botanic Garden and work as an REU on a project focusing on nitrogen cycling in wetlands, specifically the process of denitrification. For my specific project, I’ll be stu
Andrew gave a good introduction to what the two of us are doing out here in Western Minnesota. I'm particularly interested in the ant communities of the prairie and am spending my time out here examining ant species richness & abundance on the prairie remnants.
Hey everyone. To give a quick background, I am by far the oldest of all the interns. I graduated in 2007 with a degree in psychology but decided to return to undergraduate academia in order to take several prerequisite courses in an effort to ultimately enroll in a plant biology graduate program. Because of this change in career choice, I find myself working as an REU intern at the Botanic G
My name is Breonna, and I'll be working as an REU at the Garden this summer on a project dealing with Invasive Species Ecology. I'm a rising senior at the Ohio State University (OSU), and I'm majoring in Microbiology with a minor in Spanish.