Now accepting applications for our 2018 student research grant!
Find out more about our student research grant and how to apply.
Students who receive grants showcase their findings at our annual Monument Research Symposium, coming up Thursday March 15, 7 – 8:45pm at the SOU Science Auditorium.
Join us to learn more about our 2017 grant awardees. Student researchers include M.S. in Environmental Education Candidates Hope Braithwaite (SOU) and Suphasiri Muttamara (SOU) and geologist Alec Sweetland (UofO). Keynote research presenter will be John Alexander, PhD of Klamath Bird Observatory.
Research topics include geographic variations of Pika (Ochotona princeps) dialects in Southwestern Oregon, species distribution and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies in CSNM, geologic mapping of the Western Cascades, and bird abundance surveys.
Refreshment will be served. We will also be conducting a raffle to raise funds for the Friends Research Fund, a grant program that supports student research in the Monument.
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