SaveOnEnergy.com is happy to announce Rachel Douglas of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire as the recipient of our 2015 Education Scholarship. Her winning essay earns her $1,000 toward school expenses. Read her essay that weighs the pros and cons of digital textbooks vs. printed textbooks on the environment and learn her conclusion. Learn more about external funding here.
Barbara Arnold, Records and Registration, received the Paul M. Lund Public Service Award from the Public Relations Society of America Nov. 9 in Atlanta, Georgia. "Barbara has stated that she is most proud of her work as a mentor; a statement that I hope all in our Society can aspire to emulate." Learn more about Mentoring here.
Dr. Sanchita Hati, chemistry, has been involved in collaborative research with undergraduates since 2006. She conducts research with students both in the traditional lab setting and in the chemistry classroom. To provide research experiences to a larger number of students, Hati has redesigned the lab component of Biophysical Chemistry (CHEM 406), a senior-level chemistry course. In this course, an authentic research project is assigned to students for their end-of-semester lab project. Learn more about Student-Faculty Research Collaboration here.
Pada Xiong's Hmong heritage always has been important to her, but a research trip to Thailand helped her connect to her Hmong identity in a new and deeper way. As she sat in a boat on the Mekong River, for the first time Pada Xiong could truly envision her parents and grandparents crossing the river years ago as they made their way from Laos to Thailand, the start of a journey that would eventually take them to the United States. Learn more about research experiences here.
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