Elisa Di Meglio highlighted by the NW Scientific Association

Northwest Scientific Association showcased Elisa Di Meglio this week, as one of their past grant recipients. While a graduate student in the McCune lab (2018), Elisa was awarded a grant for her research on "Heavy Metal Deposition and Impacts to Vegetation and Lichen Communities Along the Red Dog Mine Haul Road at the Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Alaska." Read more on the NW Scientific Association Facebook page.

Elisa is currently an instructor in Botany and Plant Pathology.