2012 Poster Presentation/Neuroscience Students Recognized
Filling all the walls of two floors of CVM's ADBF atrium,
senior students in the Neuroscience 490 course were given the opportunity to
display their senior project posters in the 2012 Poster
Presentation/Neuroscience Student Recognition Dessert on April 13,2012. In
addition to the poster displays and discussions, graduating seniors were
provided a booklet featuring each graduate's research abstract and career plans
following May 2012 graduation from the WSU/CVM Undergraduate Neuroscience
Five individual students were awarded Neuroscience
Matthew Landowski and Amanda Feeney, who were
presented with a Peter A. Zornes Memorial Neuroscience Scholarship,
and Shelby Weeks ($500), Michelle David ($500) and Drew Neyens ($1,000),
who were each given a Neuroscience Endowed Scholarship for the 2012-2013
by Laura Kinslow)
Kylene Daschofsky explains one of the points on
her senior project poster to Advisor Jim Peters. Ashley Rockwell (far right)
also discusses her work with visitors.
Poster discussion was stimulating between senior
presenter Chelsea Smith (left) and Professor Barb Sorg (right).
Visitors and presenters learn as they study the
posters on display at the annual spring Senior
Poster event. Above, John Smerdon presents his research.
Special cake designed to congratulate the senior
neuroscience students headed for Spring 2012
Drew Neyens receives one of three Neuroscience
Scholarships presented by Neuroscience Director
and IPN Chair, Steve Simasko.
Dr. Steve Simasko, director of the Neuroscience
Program and Chair IPN, awards Michelle David one
of three Neuroscience Endowed Scholarships.
(Winner not shown is Shelby Weeks.)
(Above) Kathy Zornes points out some of the
Peter Zornes memorial Scholarship information to
Amanda Feeney, one of this year's scholarship
recipients. The second winner of this
scholarship is Matthew Landowski.
(Left) Kathy and Tom Zornes, parents of Peter A.
Zornes, and Peter's sister, Joy, reveal the
recipients of the Peter A. Zornes Undergraduate
Memorial Neuroscience Scholarship for 2012 as
student Ty Berven looks on from the background.
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