Zachary Muench ’16 receives research grant

Zachary Muench ’16, a chemistry-biology and religion major from Franklin, Wisconsin, was awarded $770 from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation for his senior seminar project “Validation of testosterone metabolite measurements in the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis): Nestling response to GnRH challenge.”

Memuna Khan, associate professor of biology, is his faculty research adviser.


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