"Hidden Shell-Ter" (2nd Place)
Images of Research Competition
Images of Research (IOR) is an opportunity for current Murray State students from all disciplines to capture, share, and present the essence of their research in images. IOR showcases and preserves students' research in digital form and fosters engagement and creative endeavors. The jurors extend their thanks to the students who entered work for this year's competition. The entries came from a wide range of disciplines including Agricultural Education, Agronomy, Biology, Design Engineering Technology, Fisheries/Aquatic Biology, Occupational Safety and Health, and Wildlife Conservation Biology. The jurors' decision-making process was challenging as the submitted work was engaging, visually stimulating, and excellent representations of Murray State student research.
Dana Statton Thompson, MLIS, Assistant Professor of University Libraries (Jury Chair)
Dr. Antje Gamble, Assistant Professor of Art & Design
Dr. Marcie Venter, Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Michael Flinn, Professor of Biological Science and Director of Hancock Biological Station
T. Michael Martin, MFA, Associate Professor of Art & Design and Director of University Galleries
Description: While tracking the turtles that we are studying sometimes it's harder to spot them. We are studying the eastern box turtle and the effects relocation has on them. We use radio telemetry to track them.
""Hidden Shell-Ter" (2nd Place),"
Steeplechase: An ORCA Student Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/steeplechase/vol5/iss1/2