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Awards

Carley Stephen-NADS 7

Kennedy Center, Clemson University, Undergraduate Creative Inquiry Students.  2016.  “Aquatic invertebrate biomass and composition in managed South Carolina coastal wetlands.”  2nd place poster award, 7th North American Duck Symposium, Annapolis, MD.

Joe Marty, Ph.D. candidate (Brian Davis and Rick Kaminski, co-major professors), Mississippi State University.  Thomas Helm Travel Award for 7th North American Duck Symposium, Annapolis, MD.


Carly Rick StephenJoe Marty, Ph.D. candidate (Brian Davis and Rick Kaminski, co-major professors), Mississippi State University.  2016.  “Waste-rice and natural seed abundance in rice fields in the Gulf Coast Prairies of Louisiana and Texas.”  2nd place oral presentation award at 7th North American Duck Symposium, Annapolis, MD.

Rick Kaminski, Chair,  7th North American Duck Symposium Student Presentation Award Committee, Annapolis, MD.


Carley CofieldMs. Carley Cofield, Clemson Creative Inquiry and Kennedy Center Intern, was selected by the South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society in October 2015 as the outstanding undergraduate student from Clemson University. Carley is majoring in wildlife biology and will graduate in May 2016.


Beau Bauer samplingBeau Bauer, M.S. Student, Kennedy Center and Nemours Wildlife Foundation Graduate Research Assistant
Gillie Croft with Wood Duck Nest BoxGillie Croft, M.S. Student, Kennedy Center and Nemours Wildlife Foundation Graduate Research Assistant

Nick Masto SamplingNick Masto, M.S. Student, Kennedy Center M.S. Student Fellowship


Lauren SennLauren Senn, Ph.D. Student, Kennedy Center Ph.D. Student Fellowship

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS

Outstanding Senior AwardDr. Greg Yarrow (left) and Charles “Will” Gallman posing after Will received the 2017 Outstanding Senior Award in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, Clemson University, April 2017.  Will now is pursuing his M.S. degree in wildlife ecology under Dr. Joshua Stafford at South Dakota State University.



Taylor Byars and Mally

Taylor Byars was a spring semester 2017 recipient of a James C. Kennedy Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation Center undergraduate scholarship. She received her B.S. degree in May 2017 and is working as a Research and Outreach Assistant for the California Waterfowl Association in Sacramento, CA.