Gracie Hedgpeth, B.A., B.S.
B.S. Biology with special distinction, University of Oklahoma, 2023
B.A. Sociology/Criminology with special distinction, University of Oklahoma, 2023
At the intersection of disease ecology and conservation biology, my research at the University of Notre Dame broadly examines environmental anthropogenic change and how it affects the pathogen dynamics of at-risk wildlife species like amphibians. I aim to utilize my multidisciplinary background to bridge the gap between the natural and social sciences by examining unresolved questions about infectious disease through a new sociobiological lens.
Outstanding Graduate in the Department of Biology, University of Oklahoma, 2023
Outstanding Senior in the Natural Sciences, University of Oklahoma, 2023
Academic Excellence Award in Criminology, University of Oklahoma, 2022
The President’s Award for Outstanding Transfer Students, University of Oklahoma, 2021