FSC student wins Brooks Award at Southeastern Beta Beta Beta meeting
LAKELAND, Fla. (April 26, 2007) — Florida Southern College senior biology major Angela Munoz won the Brooks Award for her first place presentation at the Southeastern Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society meeting held concurrently with the annual meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, on April 18-21 at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. The Brooks Award, given by the BBB, is the top award for a paper presented by a BBB student.
Munoz presented her work on the spread of the invasive channeled apple snail in Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland, Fla., winning first place for District 1, Section 1. “Angela did an excellent job,” said Dr. Eric Kjellmark, FSC biology professor. “Her talk was very well received by all those in the audience and several professors complimented her on her presentation immediately after she finished.”
Munoz is the daughter of Mildred Marrero of Tampa, Fla.
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