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Research and Creative Activities Symposium
 

2009 Award Winners

Research and Creative Activities Symposium


 

Outstanding Research and Creative Activity:

  • David Sprunt, Christine Shine, Carrie Kronberg
    DC - College of Architecture and Planning, Landscape Architecture & Urban Design
    Hybridscape: A Proposal for Wynkoop Street & Denver Union Station
  • Jamie Carpio
    DC - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Anthropology
    Determining bone utility and effectiveness as tools: termite extraction at lake Manyara, Tanzania during the Dry Season in Tanzania
  • Dustin Neel
    DC - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Geography-Earth Science
    Isolation and characterization of cadmium-resistant bacteria
  • Francie Hyndman
    AMC - School of Dental Medicine, Craniofacial Biology
    Misregulation of Dlx5/6 in Hand2 mutants leads to loss of tongue

Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence:

Undergraduate Research:

  • Matthew Taussig
    DC - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Biology
    Mutating TCRzeta to study SLAP-dependent ubiquitination
  • Megan Blatner
    DC - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Biology
    Characterizing and Ameliorating Cognitive Deficits of TS65Dn mice -a model of down syndrome- using a computerized olfactometer

Graduate Creative:

  • Aris Garrison, Kristin McCartney, Britta Moline-Ayars
    DC - College of Architecture and Planning, Architecture
    Affordable Green Housing

Graduate Research:

  • James Kovacs
    AMC - Graduate School, Biomolecular Structure
    Use of NMR to Define CR2:C3d Interactions in Solution Reveals Dual SCR1-2 Interface with C3d: Confirmation Using a Novel Ligand-Selective Inhibitory Peptide

2009 Research and Creative Activities Symposium Guide

View the abstracts of these winners in the 2009 Research and Creative Activities Symposium Guide (pdf).

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