Brenton Mineo ’13, a biology major and East Asian Studies minor, has been awarded an ASIANetwork-Freeman Foundation Student-Faculty Research Fellowship to conduct research in the borderlands of China and Tibet this summer.

Mineo will study the environmental impact of increasing herd size brought about by advances in animal husbandry and the aggressive use of natural resources. He is part of a research team that includes four JCU students as well as theology and religious studies professor Paul Nietupski, Ph.D. Read more about the team’s research studies here.

Posted on March 5, 2013