Madison Stewart is an undergraduate researcher from Georgetown, Texas. She is an environmental science major with a concentration in natural sciences at Baylor University. She joined The Sayes Group to gain valuable laboratory experience and better understand the applications of nanotoxicology in environmental and public health. She has a passion for agricultural health and toxicology and hopes to use her experience in The Sayes Group to pursue further education on the prevention of agricultural exposures and related illnesses. Madison is passionate about this field and is a wonderful asset to our team!
Madison is a senior and expected to graduate in May 2018. After graduation, she hopes to attend graduate school and receive a Masters in Environmental and Occupational Health. She then plans to pursue a PhD in a field related to environmental health.
- Executive Director of the Baylor Community Garden
- Baylor University Sustainability Student Advisory Board Member
- Baylor University SETAC Undergraduate Outreach Chair
- Assistant Manager of the Waco Downtown Farmers Market
- Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) Outstanding Presentation Award, 2017
- Stewart, M.J., 2017; “Community Gardening,” Invited Presentation, Campus Kitchen Project Bootcamp, Washington D.C
- Stewart, M.J., 2017; “The Influence of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles on the Arsenic Uptake in Rice Seedlings,” URSA Scholars Week Scientific Poster Presentation, Baylor University