K-State GRAD Forum

Three students participated in the K-State Graduate Research, Arts, and Discovery (GRAD) Forum on March 9:

  • Erik Johnson talked about “Seasonality predicts variation in life history phenotypes in the livebearing fish Priapichthys annectens”
  • Madison Nobrega talked about “Disentangling the effects of plasticity and genetics in phenotypic trait expression of sulfide spring fish”
  • Libby Wilson talked about “Evolutionary and environmental factors shaping the microbiomes of fishes adapted to extreme environments”

Special congratulations to Madison, who won an award for best presentation!