DNR undergraduate Sarah MacLean has been awarded the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. This award honors seniors who demonstrate integration of academic excellence in leadership, campus involvement, career achievement, community service, athletics, or performing arts. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell can only nominate 2 students. The Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence was created 12 years ago to recognize the most accomplished students at each of SUNY’s 64 campuses across New York.
DNR Senior Sarah MacLean, a Shoals alum, research intern and teaching assistant, won the Wilson Ornithological Society’s (WOS) Klamm Undergraduate Presentation Award for her presentation “Real danger or crying wolf? Auditory and visual threat recognition in gulls”. To learn more, visit the Wilson Ornithological Society website.