Select Page

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduate student Sarah Woody, a Sacramento, California native pursuing a master’s in biology, spent the summer looking at heavy metal concentrations in sediment, plant and muskrat tissue at Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Mayville.

Woody and her faculty mentor Misty McPhee, an associate professor of environmental studies, were awarded a UWO Graduate Collaborative Research Grant for the project.


Learn more: