Summer 2011 Institute for Green and Sustainable Science

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
IGSS 4th Summer Research Symposium Thursday, July 28th 3p-7p  
The Institute for Green and Sustainable Science at Marian University in partnership with the Center for Urban Ecology at Butler University invites you to the Thursday, July 28th from 3-7 pm | Ruth Lilly Student Center on the Marian University campus • Casual, open house setting • Networking opportunities • Poster presentations • Meet and greet with faculty and students • Raffle prizes • Free refreshments GRACE DIBLE & STEPHI RAYNOR Ecologically Relevant Perspectives: Exploring Sub-lethal Effects of Endocrine Disruptors on Morphology and Behavior in Aquatic Organisms ANDREW SCHROEDER Habitat Fragmentation Changes and the Influence on Diversity of Song Sparrow (Melospizamelodia) Behavioral Aggression TIFFANY SCHENDEL Evaluating Turtle Habitats in a Spring-fed Pond, a Man-made Pond, and a Man-made Canal: What Role does Disturbance Play in Population Structure and Parasite Load? SHELBY JOHNSON Urban Biodiversity MIKE MOORE Sustainable Practices at Butler University TOM SUBLETT Quantitative Analysis of Hydrogen Evolution from AmmoniaBoraneand SodiumBorohydride JEREMY VATES Modeling Hydrogen Atom Sequestration inSiloxaneCages LAUREN GUNDERSON Novel Bench-top Ligand-free Heck Reactions in Water DAVID CAMP Studies on BisphenolA in Water by GC/MS using Solid Phase Microextraction SARAH STROBL Up On The Rooftop… Buzz, Buzz, Buzz: A Look Into Invertebrate Biodiversity on Green Roofs in Indianapolis MADDIE MENOR Five Ways of Eating Local For directions to Marian and a campus map, visit http://www.marian.edu/Directions/Documents/CampusMap.pdf

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