Climate Club receives award at Great Plains Limnology Conference

Kyerra Snyder, Reporter

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Climate Club went to the Great Plains Limnology conference in Ames, Iowa last week to present their data they started collecting a year ago, from Cheney Reservoir.

Climate Club went to the Great Plains Limnology conference in Ames, Iowa last week to present their data they started collecting a year ago, from Cheney Reservoir.   

Unexpectedly, they won an award The Best Oral Presentation for Undergraduate Students. 

“We didn’t even know we could get an award, at the beginning,” junior Cora Bartlett said. “It felt really good.”

With winning the award, Bartlett said she felt like her hard work was paying off.

“It seemed like our work was paying off and others were realizing it’s importance as well,” she said. 

Junior Jacob Hanna said joining Climate Club has been an eye opening experience for him.

“It is just another thing [going to the conference] that I never would have had the opportunity to do if I never would have joined Climate Club,” Hanna said. 

Coming up, they will be going to the zoo to present their data on Nov. 2 and they will be going to the Kansas Governor’s Water conference, Nov. 7-8.

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