On Wednesday 15 May, over 50 Sparsholt BSc students presented their dissertation project in front of their peers, lecturers and invited guests. It was fantastic to see our students share the outcome of their own research summarised onto a poster so enthusiastically.

All the posters were presented to a very high standard and after thorough discussions between the reviewers, Alex Vine (BSc Zoo Biology) was awarded first prize for his project ‘Food presentation in zoos: A Bintu-right way to do it’.

Cody Luter (BSc Applied Animal Science) for ‘The effectiveness of different sward compositions for improving health status of sheep.’ and Jolene Orlowski (BSc Wildlife Ecology and Conservation) for ‘Habitat distribution and foraging behaviour of juvenile and immature Herring Gulls in Southampton UK.’ were awarded second and third place for their excellent work and highly commendable research in their respective areas of study.

A huge congratulations and thank you to all students for presenting their research and expertly answering a wide range of questions from the reviewers.

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