Faculty receives grant for natural resource monitoring research
Dr. Alicia Mathis, biology professor and department head, received a grant for $30,895 from the National Park Service for a “Partnership to Conduct ‘Vital Signs’ Monitoring and Natural Resources in NPS Units.”
This program is supported and funded in part by Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU).
For more information, contact Mathis at (417) 836-5699.
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