Megan Chock wins Honors Research awards

Megan Chock, an undergraduate intern with UHERO since 2007, won the top award in every category at the UH Honors Spring Research Symposium held Saturday April 24, 2010. Mentored by Dr. Kimberly Burnett, Megan won best Social Sciences Poster, best Social Sciences Oral Presentation, and Best Overall Symposium participant for her research on the economics of biological control of Miconia calvescens in Hawai’i. Megan is a double major in Biology and Economics. Megan will attend Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN in the fall. 

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