April 4, 2017 – Last year, Delphine Campbell ’17, Peter Marshall ’17, and Adelaide Smith ’17 studied “the effect of Glyphosate application on population density and individual size of Cytisus scoparius” for their biology field project. The end result of the project was a poster that was displayed in the STREAM Building. The poster was recently viewed by Steven Burke (Emerson Richmond-Burke ’19), Manager of the King County Noxious Weed Control Program. Steve was impressed with the quality of the poster and asked if he could borrow the poster for the upcoming Scotch Broom Ecology and Management Symposium, hosted by the Washington State Invasive Species Council.
Congratulations to Delphine, Peter, and Adelaide as well as their families.