The competition was hosted by the U.S. Census Bureau, who provided data. The prompt was to help non-profits in planning future fundraising endeavors.

Travel award to attend the 2017 AAPOR Conference in New Orleans, awarded by the Graduate School.

Heather presented a poster at the conerence, titled "A Bayesian Approach to Remedy the Consequences of Within Subject Correlations in Mode Effect Adjustments."

Every year since 1946, the Loyd F. Carter Award has been presented to two outstanding College of Science faculty members: one for undergraduate teaching and one for graduate teaching.

Every year since 1946, the Loyd F. Carter Award has been presented to two outstanding College of Science faculty members: one for undergraduate teaching and one for graduate teaching.

Students will work with DNA sequence data from microbiome samples collected from animals to determine how the gut microbiome is affected by environmental conditions and how it associates with health.