CUGR 2016 Summer Fellowship Award Recipients

The Center for Undergraduate Research (CUGR), is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Summer Research and Creative Activities Fellowships. The fellowships were developed to enhance and increase undergraduate student involvement in faculty-supervised research and are supported through office of the Vice President for Research. Each fellowship provides a $3,000 award for the student to cover costs associated with the project. Congratulations to all fellowship recipients.

2016 Summer Research and Creative Activities Fellowship Award Recipients

(Student Name, Student Program, Project Title, Faculty Mentor)

  • Antonia Carroll, Chemistry, “Carbon Dioxide Fixation Using a Tungsten Oxide Electro-Catalyst,” advised by Brian Frederick
  • Chase Gagne, Wildlife Ecology, “Characterization of Riverine Rock Pools and Effects Influencing their Aquatic Invertebrate Communities,” advised by Hamish Greig
  • Trevor Lessard, Ecology and Environmental Science, “Bioelement Accumulation from Marine Life with Possible Effects on Terrestrial Habitat in the Falkland Islands during the Holocene,”advised by Jacquelyn Gill
  • Anna Olsen, International Affairs, “Urban and Landscape Change in an Ancient Adriatic Settlement: the Ottoman Era,” advised by Gregory Zaro
  • Sarah Rashed, Marine Biology, “Age Estimation and Stock Composition of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna in the Gulf of Maine,” advised by Walter Golet


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