The Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability and the Environment (TFISE) has awarded the Karri Casner Environmental Sciences Fellowship recipients for the 2010 spring semester. The primary role of the Karri Casner Environmental Sciences Fellowship is to provide partial support of graduate-level research in environmentally related studies for University of Kentucky students. Research areas may include, but are not limited to, the biological, ecological, chemical, and physical processes that affect water quality, air quality, soil quality, and ecosystem health.
- Andrea J. Bixby, recognized for her project and upcoming trip to the Annual Entomological Society of American Meeting in San Diego
- Mo Dan, recognized for a project and upcoming trip to the 49th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology in Salt Lake City
- Megan Poulette, recognized for her project and upcoming trip to the Ecological Society of America Conference in Pittsburgh
- Kelton D Welch, recognized for a project and upcoming trip to the International Society for Arachnology, XVIII International Congress of Arachnology, Siedlce, Poland
- Jann Fry, conducting experiments at Griffith Woods
- Michael L Shouse, recognized for his project
- Emma Witt, recognized for her project and work at Robinson Forest
- Joshua Adkins, recognized for his project and upcoming training.