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Graduate students awarded for research

Graduate students participating in the first University-wide Graduate Research Exhibition gave short presentations and displayed posters of their work April 10 and 11. Panels of judges gave awards in three categories: physical sciences, biological and biomedical sciences, and social sciences/humanities. The top winners received $500.

The winners in each section:

Physical Sciences

1st John Keske, chemistry

2nd Michael Siegel, astronomy

3rd Jayson Rieger, chemistry

4th Amy Morin, chemistry

Honorable Mentions

April Frazier, chemistry
Adam Smith, chemistry

Social and Behavioral Sciences/Arts and Humanities

1st Charles Goldthwaite, English

(tie) Melinda Hough, anthropology

Biological and Biomedical Sciences

1st Teresa-Anne Colella, microbiology

2nd Mitzi Lazarchic, pharmacology

3rd Richard Armstrong,

(tie) cell biology David Bowne, environmental sciences

Michael Nemergut, medical scientist training program Richard Pierce, microbiology and immunology

LeeAnn Swanegan, biochemistry and molecular genetics

The exhibition was sponsored by the Arts & Sciences Graduate Student Council.


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