Biology Assistant Professor John Niedzwiecki and six biology majors traveled to Clemson, S.C. during fall break to present their research at the 2012 Southeast Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics (SEPEEG) meeting, held at the Clemson University Outdoor Lab from October 12 to 14. The Belmont seniors attending were Parth Majmudar, Rachel Chandler, Amy Nesius, Janet Steen, Bellamy Hawkins and Breanna Poore. During the weekend the students attended talks by graduate students and faculty from universities across the southeast, and they presented their research in the poster session on Saturday night. SEPEEG brings together scientists from institutions in the Southeastern United States to discuss their research on ecology, population biology, evolution and genetics. This is the fifth consecutive year Belmont students have participated in the SEPEEG meeting.
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