Students net success at research forum

CFAES students made a strong showing at Ohio State’s recent Richard J. and Martha D. Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, winning four firsts, two seconds, and two thirds in five of the event’s 18 categories.

Sweep in conservation category

Included was a sweep of first, second, and third place in the Conservation and Development category, led by Harrison Fried, pictured, environmental policy and decision making major in the School of Environment and Natural Resources. His project: “How do algal and sedimentary turbidity affect the swimming performance of emerald shiner and golden shiner in Lake Erie?”

Read an Ohio State profile on Fried and his research. See a list of all the forum’s student winners from CFAES. (Photo: Ohio State.)

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