Professor of Biology Memuna Khan, students publish paper in journal

Memuna Khan, professor of biology, and several students published a paper in the August 2021 issue of the journal Northeastern Naturalist.

“Do We Impact Neighboring Nests When Managing for House Sparrows on Nest-Box Trails?” featured work by Micaela M. Rivera ’21 of River Falls, Wisconsin; Max Mindiola ’20 of East Troy, Wisconsin; Erin Engstrom ’20 of Madison, Wisconsin; and Caren B. Cooper, an associate professor at North Carolina State University.

The text of the paper can be accessed here.

(Photo: Memuna Khan and students studying a bird)

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