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2017-2018 Fall Quarter Awards

Research Grant Recipients

Student(s)

Mentor

Subject

Project Title

Steven Spencer

Pat Lubinski

Anthropology

Faunal Analysis of Unit U0E of the Grissom Site (45KT301)

Adam Wasserstrom

Benjamin White

Physics

Using Electrical Transport Measurements to Investigate the Classical Critical Behavior in the Magnetic Phase Transition of Nickel

William Eris

Benjamin White

Physics

Synthesis and Low-Temperature Behavior of the Strongly-Correlated Electron Compounds La2RuO5 and La4Ru6O19

Jani Jesenovec

Benjamin White

Physics

Investigation of the System Ca3Co2-xMnxO6 via Measurements of Thermodynamic Properties

Jordan Ryckman

Kristina Ernest

Biology

The Evaluation of Pika Haypiles as a Resource for Other Small Mammals near Snoqualmie Pass

Rachel Latsis, Katia Hawley, Cheyenne Suarez

Levente Fabry-Asztalos

Chemistry

Exploratory Synthesis Towards Azaborines as Potential HIV-1 Protease Inhibitors.


Travel Grant Recipients
 

Student(s)

Mentor

Subject

Project Title

Location

Hannah Barta

Brandy Wiegers

Mathematics

Study of Vortex Dynamics in Free-Surface Flows

San Diego, California

Kala Brown

Darci Snowden

Physics

Pressure Valve for a High-Altitude Balloon

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Clairissa De La Vergne

Breanyn MacInnes

Geology

Identifying the Source of Anomalous Sand Deposits in Joseph Whidbey State Park, Whidbey Island, WA

Seattle,WA

Nicole Johnson

Erin Craig

Physics

Addressing the Gap in Tactile Graphic Resources: Current and Future Projects

Denver, CO

Daniel Mongovin

Jeff Lee

Geology

Calculating the Vertical Offset of the Borah Peak Fault Scarp Using Contemporary Digital Methods

Seattle, WA

Morgan Schimelfenig

Yingbing Ge

Chemistry

Quantum Mechanical Study of the Dehydrogenation of Ethane Catalyzed by Iridium and Rhodium Clusters.

New Orleans, LA

Michael Alvernaz, Anthony Perez

Anne Egger

Geology

What Earth Science Literacy Principles Could Mean for the Professional Development of Teachers and the Future of the New York Regents Exams

Seattle, WA

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