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Terrell Holder obtained his Masters in Environmental Studies from Kentucky State University in 2011. He is a certified teacher, IT professional, environmental educator and interpretive guide involved in local, national and international environmental and conservation organizations. His capstone projects examined Kentucky's potential to feed itself.
- Terrell Holder's Capstone Paper, "A Model-Based Determination of Human Carrying Capacity in Kentucky’s Ecoregions" (562 Kb pdf)
Re'gie Smith obtained her Masters in Environmental Studies from Kentucky State University in 2011. Her capstone project examined genetic diversity of spicebush in Kentucky.
- Re'Gie Smith's Capstone Paper, "Genetic Diversity in Kentucky Spicebush Populations using Simple Sequence Repeat Markers" (350 Kb pdf)
Michael Ward obtained his Masters in Environmental Studies from Kentucky State University in 2011. He also holds a Bachelors of Arts in English from the University of Louisville. His research at KSU focused on sustainable agriculture/horticulture, sustainable food production systems, and organic agriculture. His capstone project examined effects of row covers on the moderation of diurnal temperature flux in high tunnels.
- Michael Ward's Capstone Paper, "Row Covers Moderate Diurnal Temperature Flux in High Tunnels" (1.4 Mb pdf)