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Plum worked as a lab technician in the  WVU Wild Genomics Lab, keeping him extremely  involved in undergraduate research. As a recipient of the  George A. Myles Natural Resources Undergraduate Student Enhancement Grant and a winner of a National Science Foundation undergraduate research award, he had the opportunity to work closely with a faculty member on genetics research on lake sturgeon and study chemical accumulation in a small shark species, the smooth dogfish, respectively. 

Read More: 2018 Outstanding Senior: Tyler Plum

A native of Old Fields, West Virginia, Delawder is a proud sixth generation farmer. She established her own sheep and goat operation at the age of 11, and is now part owner of Water Rise Farm, a beef cow-calf, broiler breeders, swine, sheep and goat operation.

Read More: 2018 Outstanding Senior: JoBeth Delawder

Campbell, a native of Earlysville, Virginia, minored in business administration and GIS and was a recipient of the George A. Myles Natural Resources Undergraduate Student Enhancement Grant, which he used to support his work in analyzing the development of Marcellus shale using GIS. 

Read More: 2018 Outstanding Senior: Morgan Campbell