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Congratulations to Undergraduate Research Symposium Outstanding Presentation Award Winners

Friday, May 1, 2015

Congratulations to Undergraduate Geography Researchers who won Outstanding Presentation Awards Saturday at the KU Undergraduate Research Symposium!

Austin Cataudella, Nathan Ellis and Randi Nimz, Community Resilience of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster, mentored by So-Min Cheong, Associate Professor in Geography

Scott Glass, Candice L’Ecuyer and Alexander Warren, Assessing the Health Impacts of Diesel Exposure Considering Seasonal Wind Variability around Kansas City Area Railyards, mentored by J. Christopher Brown, Associate Professor in Geography, and Nate Brunsell, Associate Professor in Geography

Dory Tuininga, From Dred Scott to Mike Brown: How Systemic Racism Continues to Function in the St Louis Area, mentored by Margaret Pearce, Associate Professor in Geography

KU Center for Undergraduate Research has a full list of winners and presenters from the symposium.



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