Natural & Applied Sciences

2014 Winners

Armando Benavidez ('15 Computer Science), Topic: "The Lovailzation of an Entity/Robot using a ProbabilisticModel", faculty mentor: Dr. Roger Eastman.

Margret Dawson ('15, Applied Mathematics), Topic: "Results of a Multivariate Analysis of a Movie Theme Survey", faculty mentor: Dr. Richard Auer.

Terrence Donnely ('16, Mechanical Engineering), Topic: "Mechanical Behavior of Materials", faculty mentor: Dr Robert Pond.

Mary Kamos ('15, Biology), Topic: "Comparing the Effect of Mutant JARID 1C Levels on Stem Cell Properties", faculty mentor: Dr. Theresa M. Geiman.

Megan Kern ('15 Physics), Topic: "Combined Techniques to Accurately Measure the Work Function of Clean Metals", faculty mentor: Gregory N Derry.

Alexander Kontos ('16 Physics), Topic: "Spherical Casimir Effect",  faculty mentor: Dr Erdas.

Christopher McLeod ('15 Biology/Psychology , Minor in Chemistry), Topic: "Correlation of Retrotransposon Pairs and Fragile Sites within the Yeast Genome", faculty mentor: Dr. Scheifele.

Sarah Miller ('17 General Statistics), Topic: "The Impact of Using an Atomic Absorption Spectrometer on Student Perception and Learning in Chemistry" , faculty: Dr. Richard Auer & Dr. Elizabeth Dahl.

Jennifer Navatto ('15 Biology), Topic: "Life and Times of a Bodenvag: Plant Stress Physiology of a Model Plant", faculty mentor: Dr. Bernadette Roche.

Gunnar Wilson ('15 Physics), Topic: "Modeling the Energy Levels of a Laser with a Temperature Dependence", faculty mentor: Joseph Ganem.

Eli Worth ('16 Physics), Topic: "Kelvin Probe CPD Measurements Involved in Surface Physics and Work Functions", faculty mentor: Dr. Gregory N. Derry.

Brian Yang ('16 Biology), Topic: "Correlation of Retrotransposon Pairs and Fragile Sites within the Yeast Genome", faculty mentor: Dr. Lisa Scheifele.