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LWC students win awards at SE Recreation Research Conference

By Travis Smith

A group of Lindsey Wilson College Outdoor Recreation students took first and third place honors in undergraduate research at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference on March 24-26 in Athens, Georgia. Two of the LWC students competing also won conference scholarships during the event.

The first place winning team presented research entitled "Recreational Boating and the Distribution and Ecological Impacts of the Zebra Mussel." This team included students: Madeline Cain, Kaitlin Cook, Michael Ratliff and Connor Walls.

The third place winning team presented research entitled "The Effects of Alcohol on Visitation at Kentucky State Parks." This team included students: Emma Looney, Scot Kirby, Jeremiah Hayes and Yvonne Ploeg.

Bo Young Park and Yvonne Ploeg were the two scholarship recipients.


To learn more about the Lindsey Wilson College Recreation Tourism & Sport Management Program visit: lindsey.edu/academics/majors-and-programs/Rec-Tourism-Sport-Manage/index.cfm.

This story was posted on 2019-03-29 14:07:13
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LWC students take 1st at Southeastern Recreation Research Conference



2019-03-29 - Athens, GA - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
LWC students (L-R) Michael Ratliff, Madeline Cain, Kaitlin Cook and Connor Walls received the first place honor at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference on March 24-26 in Athens, Georgia. The name of their research was "Recreational Boating and the Distribution and Ecological Impacts of the Zebra Mussel."

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LWC students take 3rd at Research Conference



2019-03-29 - Athens, GA - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
LWC students (L-R) Emma Looney, Jeremiah Hayes, Yvonne Ploeg and Scot Kirby received the third place honor at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference on March 24-26 in Athens, Georgia. The name of their research was "The Effects of Alcohol on Visitation at Kentucky State Parks."

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