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NEA 2018 Interns
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Kayla Aulet and Kenisha Ross
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
 
Comparison of anthocyanin levels in the USDA Tart Cherry Collection
Skills acquired: liquid chromatography, chemistry, statistics, horticulture and germplasm

USDA-ARS Plant Genetic Resources Unit, Geneva, NY

 

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Keegan Hart, Isabel Nunez, and Dijiorre Perez
University of Rhode Island
 
Perkinsus in Eastern Oysters
Skills acquired: pathology, aquaculture, marine biology, molecular biology

USDA-ARS National Cold Water Marine Aquaculture Center, Kingston, RI

 

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Andrew Liu
Centennial High School
 
Honey Bees’ Responses to Pathogen Infections
Bee keeping, molecular biology, bioinformatics

USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory, Beltsville, MD

 

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Hediyah Sadeq
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
 
Predicting peak flow frequency in Maryland's Western Coastal Plain
flood prediction based on watershed characteristics, curve number hydrologic analysis, statistical analysis

USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory Beltsville, MD

 

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