Congratulations to Dr. Brain Taylor and undergraduate Sebastion Nichols (class of 2021) for winning the Summer Award for Research-Intensive Courses (SARIC) for Undergraduate Research for Summer 2020!
The Summer Award for Research-Intensive Courses is a tuition award offered for a wide range of Maymester and Summer Session I and II courses to give students the opportunity to enroll in research-intensive courses during the summer session. The award covers in-state tuition for one three-hour research-intensive course for the student and provides a $1000 stipend for faculty teaching the mentored undergraduate research course. Read more here.
Dr. Brian Taylor‘s laboratory studies bio and bioinspired navigation and orientation. They are particularly interested in animal magnetic reception (i.e., how do animals use the earth’s magnetic field to get from point A to point B). You can follow them on Twitter: @qbeslab.
Congratulations Sebastian and Dr. Taylor!