IGC Fellows, Brenen Wynd and Bennett Grooms, participate in the 2018 Nutshell Games!

We are very proud of IGC Fellows, Brenen Wynd, Ph.D. student in the Department of Geoscience, and Bennett Grooms, Ph.D. student in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation!  Brenen and Bennett recently participated in the Center of Communicating Science’s “Nutshell Games” held on Saturday, October 27th at 4:00 pm, where graduate students from across the university were encouraged to describe their research “in a 90-second nutshell”.  Graduate students spanning 29 research topics shared their presentations with an audience of 230 people in attendance!

Brenen was recognized as one of the three winners of the competition for best presentation – Congratulations, Brenen!

Short videos of both Brenen and Bennett’s presentations area available to watch below!

You can read more about the Nutshell Games and this year’s presentations in the recent announcement from the Center for Communications at Virginia Tech.

The Directors of the Center for Communicating Science congratulate the three winners of the 2018 Nutshell Games! L to R: Carrie Kroehler, CCS; Madeline Grupper, FREC; Brenen Wynd, GEOS; Susan Chen, HNFE; Patty Raun, CCS Director.

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