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Niemiller Travel Scholarship

The Niemiller travel scholarship is available for any student (undergraduate or graduate student) wishing to attend the annual THS meeting. Scholarship is for $100 and will be awarded to the winner prior to the meeting. Preference will be given to students giving an oral presentation, but poster presentations will be considered. Scholarship will be awarded to the student based on 1) abstract topic (Tennessee focus or at least applicable to Tennessee) 2) abstract content (how well the abstract is written) with preference given to oral presentations over poster.

 

To apply, please submit your abstract for the meeting using the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeJPukX8tfhVeiuFOLXJUoGE2flNuc19YQeTTv3HgCeNWEhhQ/viewform

Deadline: The deadline for the 2022 Niemiller Travel Scholarship is September 8, 2022

Recipients of the Niemiller Travel Award

2018 - Todd Pierson (University of Tennessee- Knoxville)

"Secondary contact and ecological segregation in the two-lined salamander (Eurycea bislineata) species complex"

 
2019 - Bradley Nissen (Tennessee State University)

"Assessing short-term effects of translocation on the spatial ecology of eastern hellbenders"

2021 - Elizabeth Strasko (Asbury University)
"Development and in-vitro validation of PCR assays for use in eDNA detection of Ambystoma texanum and Ambystoma talpoideum"
2022 - Timothy Calhoun (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
"Bog turtle movement and demographics in northeast Tennessee"
​2022 - Lydia Dudley (Tennessee Tech University)
"Incubation moisture influences embryo physiology in the Eastern Fence Lizard"
 
2022 - Kaitlyn Murphy (Auburn University)
"Xenobiotic estradiol alters gut microbiota of hatchling American Alligators"
2023 - Sara Brewer (Asbury Uiversity)
"An improved assay for eDNA detection of four-toed salamanders: significance of mitochondrial genome region in primer development"
 
​2023 - Jared Thompson (Tennessee Tech University)
"Population surveys of Ambystoma barbouri in Middle Tennessee"
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