Congratulations to Vis Kandula, who received the “Outstanding Presenter” award at this year’s Stanford Undergraduate Research Conference, which took place from April 5-7. Of the 400 participants that applied from around North America, 80 individuals were accepted to present their research projects ranging from topics about experimental life sciences to quantitative social sciences. Vis was selected as an Outstanding Presenter in the experimental life sciences category.
Congratulations to Vis Kandula, who was awarded an travel grant to present his work at the Stanford Undergraduate Research Conference (SRC 2019).
Congratulations to Liz Schauer, who was awarded an academic year undergraduate research grant!
Vis was awarded the CLP CAURS (Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium) Award. This award grants Vis special funds to pursue his research and enables him to present at an associated symposium in April 2019.
Amy Hong was just awarded the Fletcher URG Prize—an award for the most outstanding Summer URG projects, Through a highly competitive and rigorous process, Amy was selected as the top student in the natural science and engineering division this year. Congratulations, Amy!