Student Winners of
AAAS Pacific Division Awards of Excellence
86th Annual Meeting
Southern Oregon University
12 - 16 June 2005
Photo courtesy David Drach-Meinel
Student winners of Awards of Excellence (not all shown) at the June, 2005 meeting in Ashland, Oregon. L to R, standing: J.N. Nodelman, Emily Miller, Jesse Steinman, Tabatha Brown, Phillip Wunder II, Amanda Johnston, Michael Bates, Fred Kizito, Rachelle Callenback, Dan Perrakis. Seated: Brianna Karhu, Heather Bischell.
to all students who presented their research
at the 86th annual meeting
of the Pacific Division. The presentations
were of high quality and a pleasure to
BEST POSTER AWARD
GERALDINE K. LINDSAY
LAURENCE M. KLAUBER
AFFILIATED SOCIETY AWARDS
WESTERN SOCIETY OF
Second Place Oral: Tabitha T. Brown (Crop and Soil Sciences Department, Washington State University, Pullman, WA) "Assessing Stratified Soil Acidity in Inland Northwest Direct-Seed Cropping Systems."
First Place Poster: Neil Brauer (Land, Air and Water Resources, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA) "Mineralogical Characterization of Seasonally Submerged Wetland Soils."
Second Place: Nicholas J. Tucci (Departments of Biology and Geochemistry, Montana Tech of the University of Montana, Butte, MT) "Algal Bioremediation of the Berkeley Pit Lake System: An In-Situ Test Using Limnocorrals."
ECOLOGY and ENVIRONMENTAL
Second Place: Phillip Wunder II (Environmental Sciences Teaching Program, University of California, Berkeley, CA) "Assessing Recovery from Salinity Induced Stress in Water Hyacinth."
Honorable Mention: Emily A. Miller (Environmental Sciences Teaching Program, University of California, Berkeley, CA) "Using Macroinvertebrates as a Rapid Assessment Technique for Determining Soil Quality."
Honorable Mention: Heather N. Bischel (Environmental Sciences Teaching Program, University of California, Berkeley, CA) "Creating Student Interest in Science: A Design-Build Project for Personal, Portable Water Purification Systems."
and TECHNOLOGY, and PHYSICS SECTIONS
GENERAL and INTERDISCIPLINARY
Honorable Mention: J.N. Nodelman (Department of English, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada) "Space, Technology, and the Possibility of Dialogue between Engineers and Literary Critics."
HEALTH SCIENCES and
Second Place: Deborah Ann Shoemaker (Washington State University - Tri-Cities, Richland, WA) "Children's Early Socialization Experiences in Urban Coffehouse."
Honorable Mention: Amanda C. Johnston (Livermore High School, Livermore, CA) "Immortal Athletes: A Study of the Lifespan of World Class Athletes."
Honorable Mention: Stuart Davis (Department of Psychology, Washington State University - Tri-Cities, Richland, WA) "The Psychology of Signage for Long Term Radiological Storage Facilities."
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