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Geology student Niall Whalen, Jr. receives Undergraduate Research Award

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Congratulations to geology and biology major Niall Whalen, Jr., a junior from Wescosville, Pennsylvania. Whalen was one of 51 undergraduate students who received Undergraduate Research Awards of $1,000. The award will help Whalen pursue work on the project:  "Analysis of Dinosaur Coprolites for Amoebic Cyst Material." Whalen is mentored by Alison Olcott Marshall, geology. Read the full story from KU News here. Learn more about the University of Kansas Undergraduate Research Awards here. 



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