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2015 Research Symposium Winners

People's Choice Award ($700)

Title: Development of the Wheelchair-Stroller
Author:  Alden Kane

Engineering 1st prize ($500)

Title: An Automated, Personal Hand Stretching Device for People with Muscle Atrophy and Contractures
Authors:  Colin Cashner, George Holman, Alhan Vazquez, Molly McClelland

Engineering 2nd prize ($300)

Title: Exploring the Use of Bamboo as a Reinforcement Element in Masonry Construction
Author:  Aubin Fossouo

Engineering 3rd prize ($200)

Title: Rampvelator: A Powered Ramp for Power Wheelchairs
Authors:  Molly Laird, Austin Ross, Heriberto Pacheco, Raymon Okonski

Science 1st prize ($500)

Title:  A Prodrug Approach to Metal Ion Decorporation
Authors:  Chris Niedek, Jaramys Mosley, Hamzeh Charafeddine, Jenna Ramey, Brandon Wilxks

Science 2nd prize ($300)

Title: Synthesis of a Series of Novel Molecules Utilizing 2,6 Diaminotoluene, 1,3-Diaminobenzene, or 2,5-Diaminopyridine
Author:  Sara Tinawi

Science 3rd prize ($200)

Title: Synthesis of a Series of Multi-Dentate Podand Ligands and Initial Complexation Trials with Transition Metal Cations
Authors:  Jenna Payne and Jennifer Roehl

Research Quality 1st prize ($500)

Title: Fuel Cell Polymer Degradation Method by Density Functional Theory
Authors:  Kim Utterback, Malcolm Spicer

Research Quality 2nd prize ($300)

Title: Degradation of Fuel Cell Membranes: Attachment of H Radicals to A Model Molecule for Sulfonated PSU
Authors:  Helin Jacksi, Kim Utterback

Research Quality 3rd prize ($200)

Title: A Prodrug Approach to Metal Ion Decorporation
Authors:  Chris Niedek, Jaramys Mosley, Hamzeh Charafeddine,  Jenna Ramey, Brandon Wilks, Mariam Ibrahim, Nolan Kirkman

View all 2015 program and abstracts.

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