STEM Storytellers Graduate Research Lecture
- Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm
- Leon Johnson Hall, 339 - view map
STEM Storytellers - Märtha Welander “Exploring the Power of Fuel Cells to Help a Planet In Need.” Kathleen Carroll “Where are the Wolverines? How to find an Elusive Carnivore”
Märtha Welander is a fourth year graduate student in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. She will presenting her research “Exploring the Power of Fuel Cells” and her talk will focus on the ability to integrate fuel cells into the future of energy.
Kathleen Carroll is a PhD candidate at MSU and a wildlife ecologist whose work has spanned 3 continents. She has a masters degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and two bachelor's degrees from the University of Maine. Her friends have compared her to her current study species, the wolverine, citing her ferocious and unrelenting attitude towards tackling big issues and questions in conservation.
Kathleen studies how we figure out where is species is or could be. She uses data collected from animals with radio collars to build models for conservation and will be presenting her work.
- Honors College