Big week for Ryan Greenway: symposium talk and more awards

Ryan Greenway was invited to present his research at the 50th Anniversary Symposium of the Division of Biology at Kansas State University. Ryan was among eight invited speakers representing current and past student researchers of K-State Biology that exemplify excellence in scholarship and research.

In addition, Ryan received two excellence awards from the Division of Biology. He received the Christopher C. Smith Evolutionary Biology Research Award for his continued achievements conducting cutting-edge research.He also received the H. Henley Haymaker Award for an Outstanding Presentation by a Graduate Student for his talk at the annual Graduate Student Research Forum.

Finally, Ryan also received an Alvin and RosaLee Sarachek Travel Awards in Molecular Biology, which will allow him to attend the 2019 SICB meeting. This award is overseen by the K-State Graduate School and recognizes exceptional achievement in scholastics and research. Students must show evidence of effective communication of research results through publications in leading journals and presentations at national and international meetings.

Congratulations from all of us!