Every Carthage student is required to submit a senior thesis or capstone project to demonstrate their mastery of their chosen area of study. Here is a look at recent projects Carthage biology students have created for this requirement:

  • Emily Zank ’23 — “The Emergence of Apex Predators in South Africa due to the Decrease of Great White Shark Population”
  • Lydia Siegler ’23 — “Venus flytrap AGPs participation in trap calcium dynamics”
  • Lexi Menendez ’23 — “Utilizing Passive Acoustic Monitoring to Analyze Vocalization Interactions of Canis lupus and Canis latrans”
  • Abigail Groszek ’23 — “Reintroduction of Gray Wolves (Canis Lupus) in Rocky Mountain National Park: Understanding Gray Wolf Predation on North American Elk (Cervus canadensis)”