Hamline News

Scholars at the Capitol

Hamline students presented at the Minnesota Capitol as part of the Scholars at the Capitol event on Wednesday, February 21. Student Margaret Tiede presented their study, "Envisioning the 'Embryo Menace': Reflections of Society, Disability, and Taboo in Rubella and Zika Virus Educational Posters." Students Anna Ries and Michael Gilray presented, "Paleocological Investigation of the Effect of Rainbow Trout Predation on Zooplankton Body Size and Community Composition." Tiede's faculty advisor was Professor Sharon Preves from the Public Health Sciences Department, and Ries and Gilray's faculty advisor was Professor Leif Hembre from the Biology Department.