The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a three-year, $393,000 grant to Dr. Daniel Moen, Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at Oklahoma State University, to support an international, large-scale study on the importance many factors have on the evolution of habitat change in frogs and toads. Additionally, the project will support training of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers in a diversity of subjects and will include a summer research program for undergraduates at OSU.
Like so many students like her, Chelsey Johnson arrived on the Stillwater campus four years ago as a freshman not knowing what she wanted to do. Arriving at OSU from the tiny Minnesota town of Cottonwood, she went from a town of about 1,200 to a campus that fits that many into just two of its 21 residential halls – Drummond and Bennett, for the record.
Now. The senior dual degree earner in strategic communications and political science will be leading the entire graduating class for the College of Arts and Sciences at commencement May 13, as the Spring 2017 Orange Gown graduate.