PURSUITS: Week of Sept. 7, 2020

Dr. Doug Kane, new Assistant Professor of Biology, recently had research published in Limnology and Oceanography, the pre-eminent journal in aquatic sciences. His piece, Physical Drivers Facilitating a Toxigenic Cyanobacterial Bloom in a Major Great Lakes Tributary, details a study of toxic bluegreen algal blooms in the Maumee River, specifically one in downtown Toledo during 2017. This research was conducted with scientists from BGSU, UT, Ohio EPA, SUNY-ESF, University of Windsor and NOAA.

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The next deadline for grants from the Pepsi Fund and the Martha and Ernest Hammel Student Research Fund to support student research and/or travel to professional conferences is October 1, 2020.
Keep the Castle Connected provides students a way to remain connected during quarantine. Student will have daily opportunities to connect with a Stoner Health and Counseling Center staff as well as other students. Students will be able to meet via Zoom and be presented with a brief Mindfulness activity and then engaged in a light hearted discussion/conversation. These sessions are not therapy sessions and are meant to allow students to remain connected to others on campus. Students will need to email counseling@heidelberg.edu