UVM Student Scholars Poster Competition
Open to all UVM Undergraduate, Graduate, and Medical Students!
On October 5th, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. in Ira Allen Chapel, the University of Vermont will hold the formal Installation Ceremony for E. Thomas Sullivan as its new President. The procession will begin at 1:00 p.m.
During events surrounding the campus celebration, UVM held a Student Scholars Poster Competition to showcase the excellence of UVM undergraduate, graduate, and medical student works in research, scholarship, creative effort, and innovation across campus. Please click the button below to see the finalists in each category.
Congratulations to Our Winners!
Congratulations to the winners of our Student Scholars Poster Competition. All winners will be personally recognized by President E. Thomas Sullivan at the Inauguration Event on October 5th.
Arts and Humanities
|Jacqueline Metzger||Puppetry of the Mind||Dennis Mahoney|
Food Sciences and Environment
|Katherine Goodall, Katlyn S. Morris, Meryl Olson, Marcela Pino, Sebastián Castro Tanzi||Interdisciplinary Approaches to Coffee Agroecosystem Research||Victor Mendez|
Health and Biological Sciences
|Thomas Hilzinger||The Effect of a Wedge Residue on the DNA Scanning Behavior of MutY using Single Molecule Analysis||Susan Wallace|
Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering
|Morgan Frank||Happiness and Movement on Twitter||Christopher Danforth & Peter Dodds|
Social Sciences, Education and Business
|Leslie Turner||The State of Food Systems Planning, Governance, and Network Connectivity in North America||Christopher Koliba|
Please click here to see the finalists in each category.
- What is the quality of inquiry, performance, design, and outcomes in the work?
- What is the potential impact of the work on society?
- How does this work advance our knowledge?
- Does the work showcase innovation, creativity, risk-taking, exploration?
- Does the work show collaboration and/or thinking across disciplines?
Hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate College and the Honors College.