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Dan Gianola at the undergraduate research symposium

EMA student Dan Gianola (left) talks about his project, "Surface modification of NiTi with plasma-source ion implantation for biomedical applications," at the university's undergraduate research symposium, April 18, 2002. (25K JPG)

Don Williamson

Don Williamson (20K JPG)

Don Williamson, PhD student under Associate Professor Jake Blanchard, recently became a student director on the American Nuclear Society's board of directors. As the only student member of the board, Williamson will help provide knowledge and assistance to the president and elected officers of the national organization. His term runs through 2003.

Undergrad researchers receive funding

Kate Christianson

Kate Christianson (31K JPG)

Three engineering physics students recently received 2002-03 Wisconsin/Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Awards. The awards provide each student a $3,000 grant and their faculty or staff collaborator $1,000. Student Kate Christianson will work with Assistant Professor Wendy Crone; Matthew Reinke and Stephanie Diem will work with Professor Ray Fonck.

Stephanie Diem

Stephanie Diem (39K JPG)

In addition, the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation has selected Diem as a 2002 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, an honor based on academic merit. She will receive a one-year scholarship of up to $7,500.


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