If You're a Grad Student Doing Pollination Research at a California University...

Mar 01, 2017
Graduate student poster contest at the Bee Symposium--article by Kathy Keatley Garvey

"If you're a graduate student engaged in pollinator-related research at a California university, it might pay to present your research poster at the third annual UC Davis Bee Symposium, set Sunday, May 7 in the UC Davis Conference Center.

Not only will you get to showcase your research, but you might share in the $2500 in cash awarded to the winners: first place, $1000; second place, $750; third, $500; and fourth, $250."


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