The College of Science was well-represented among the award winners during the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, held March 27 in the E.H. Hereford University Center.
The annual daylong event allows students to present their research in either a poster or oral format. A panel comprised of faculty members, alumni and area professionals judged the entries, and awards were presented to the winners at the closing reception.
"Congratulations to all our College of Science students who received awards at this year's ACES symposium," Dean of Science Pamela Jansma said. "The number of award recipients from the college attests to the excellent research being done by so many of our students and it's wonderful to see their hard work recognized. We look forward to great things in the future from all of you."
College of Science award winners included:
Outstanding ACES Faculty Mentor - Kevin Schug (Chemistry)
Undergraduate Poster Presentation
Undergraduate Morning Oral Presentation
Graduate Dean's Award ($50) - Jessica Azzinnari (Biology), "Life History Trade-offs of Vaejovis Scorpions in Response to Environment Disturbances", Faculty mentor: Daniel Formanowicz
Undergraduate Afternoon Oral Presentation
Graduate Poster Presentation
Graduate Morning Oral Presentation
Graduate Afternoon Oral Presentation
For a full list of award winners, see the ACES website here.
Posted April 25, 2013