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Brittany Coppinger receives American Ornithological Society Research Award

Brittany Coppinger, a Biological Psychology doctoral student who works with Todd Freeberg, received the nationally competitive Hesse Award of $1,870 for her research project, “Flock density and its influences on social and vocal complexity” from the American Ornithological Society.

Congratulations to Brittany and Todd!

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