Dr. Norris took students from his Forest Ecology and Management class on a camping field trip to the Savage River State Forest in western Maryland on the weekend of April 25 through the 26. The main purpose of the trip was to test student-derived hypotheses about forest development regarding the structure, composition, and ecosystem with respect to tree harvest history. While on this trip, the students were able to utilize a United States Forest Service technique to survey forested ecosystems.
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Senior Biology Major, Samuel Bradley, recently secured a position as a Rehab Technician at Johns Hopkins Hospital for after graduation. When asked how his SU education prepared him for his post-graduation plans, Samuel replied, “My SU education has prepared for my post-graduation plans by providing me with an in depth understanding on the sciences, which will allow me to succeed academically in any Medical School.” Congratulations Samuel!
Kathryn Merrick was named the Division III Mid-Atlantic Offensive Player of the week for lacrosse in the Baltimore Sun. Kathryn is a senior biochemistry major and also the historian for the Tribeta Biological Honor Society. Congratulations Kathryn!