University of Rochester

Local Students Awarded for Achievements in Research

May 19, 2011

The following students from Rochester and the surrounding area were selected to showcase their research and were recognized for their achievements at the University of Rochester's 2011 Undergraduate Research Exposition.

The Expo, which featured student research from the four distinct disciplinary sections of the College: humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering, included a speaker's symposium, poster presentation fair, and awards ceremony. Students were presented with the President's Prize, given to the top four presentations from the four disciplinary areas of the symposium; the Deans' Award, given to the eight other participants in the symposium; and the Professor's Choice Award, given to four students participating in the poster presentation fair. The students are:

Clifton Springs
Elizabeth Baker

Honeoye Falls
Meaghan DeWaters (President's Prize)

Angela Ketterer, Sharese King (Deans' Award), Tim McCrossen (Professor's Choice Award)

Jessica DeSanctis (Professor's Choice Award)

A College-wide event, the Expo showcases the passion that both professors and students have for investigative, creative research.