Field of Study: Chemistry Institution: Loyola Marymount University Institution: Reed College Mentor(s): Zhibo Yang, Naga Rama Kothapalli, Shawna Standke Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Life Sciences February 3, 2020. in Developmental Biology. The Goldwater Foundation is a federally endowed agency established by Public Law 99-661 on November 14, 1986. conduct research in cosmology, specifically in modeling preheating in Research aspects of quantum field theory and its applications and teach at the university level. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Robotics. in Cancer Biology and conduct translational research in pediatric oncology and cell cycle regulation, as well as improve scientific communication with the public. Campus Representative: Jeffrey Olafsen, Emily Schultz Mentor(s): Amit Basu, Jerome Robinson, Brenda Rubenstein Institution: Colgate University Campus Representative: Paul Urayama, Hope Kirby Career Goal: I will pursue a PhD in computational chemistry and research catalyst design at an Energy Frontier Research Center, focusing in methane conversion and the development of alternative-energy resources. Mentor(s): Wendy Quinton, John Roberts, Michael Dwyer Career Goal: Ph.D. in neuroscience. Career Goal: MD/PhD in Cancer Biology. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry. Field of Study: Life Sciences in molecular biology. Barry Goldwater Scholarship. Campus Representative: Laura Good, Behnia Rezazadeh Shirazi Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 to serve as a living memorial to honor the lifetime work of Senator Barry Goldwater, who served his country for 56 years as a soldier and statesman, including 30 years in the U.S. Senate. Institution: Oberlin College Field of Study: Chemistry April 10, 2020. I would like to work in an industrial setting for several years and then move to an academic position. Mentor(s): Randall Evan McClellan, Nobuo Sato, Yaohang Li Campus Representative: Mary Swanson, Jessica Roberts Institution: University of New Hampshire-Main Campus Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Melissa Mandos, Leah DeFlitch Institution: Northeastern University Career Goal: Ph.D in Biology. As a junior in chemistry, Lydia intends to obtain a Ph.D. in either organic chemistry or electrochemistry. Annie Liang, Mickey Sloat, and Turner Woody are among a cohort of 396 Goldwater Scholars selected for 2020-2021 from a pool of more than 5,000 applicants. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Biophysics. Goldwater Scholarship Winner: Yanni Sarrimanolis. With the 2020 awards, this brings the number of scholarships awarded since 1989 by the Goldwater Foundation to 9047 and a scholarship total to over $71M. in Molecular Biology. Campus Representative: Benjamin Allen, Sambuddha Chattopadhyay Campus Representative: Andrew Seidler, Clare Remy Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Anastasia Lin, Tyler Wilson Career Goal: Ph.D. in Materials Science. Mentor(s): Maja Matarić, Khalil Iskarous, Michael Shindler Mentor(s): Jennifer Fettweis, Ph.D. Institution: University of California-San Diego With the 2020 awards, this brings the number of scholarships awarded since 1989 by the Goldwater Foundation to 9047 and a scholarship total to over $71M. From an estimated pool of over 5,000 college sophomores and juniors, 1343 natural science, engineering and mathematics students were nominated by 461 academic institutions to compete for the 2020 Goldwater scholarships. Campus Representative: Andrea Graves, Erasmo Rocha Institution: Brown University Field of Study: Chemistry Institution: University of North Texas Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Career Goal: Obtain a Ph.D. in plant genetics. Campus Representative: Anton Riedl, Lara Kamal Field of Study: Life Sciences Career Goal: Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering with a focus in Biomechanics. Mentor(s): Susan Bailey, Silvia Finnemann The Goldwater Scholarship is a highly competitive scholarship awarded to students working toward a research-focused career in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. Field of Study: Life Sciences Pursue a career researching theoretical hadronic physics as a professor at a Ph.D. granting university. Career Goal: I intend to obtain a PhD in computer engineering applying computing tools to transform healthcare through novel hardware and software. Career Goal: PhD in Electrical Engineering with focus in signal processing/communications with Deep Learning approaches. Field of Study: Life Sciences Career Goal: MD-PhD in Biochemistry or Molecular Biology. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Biology. Field of Study: Engineering Field of Study: Life Sciences In my career, I plan to conduct research in biophysical science and teach at the university level. Mentor(s): Alexander Agoulnik, Alexander Zaika, Sophia George Career Goal: I am pursuing a professorial career in plant evolutionary biology in order to develop a research program that explores the causes and mechanisms of floral evolution. Institution: Baylor University Career Goal: Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Statistics. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Neurobiology. Mentor(s): Dibakar Datta, Jatin Kashyap, Benjamin Thomas Conduct research on the epigenetic basis of neurological disorders at a major research institution. I want to teach at a liberal arts institution where I can conduct high-level research and train the next generation of scientists. Campus Representative: David Schug, Joshua Dunbar Institution: Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College Institution: Tufts University Career Goal: Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering. Institution: Duke University Career Goal: Ph.D. in Mathematics. Mentor(s): Kerry Smith, Amy Bradshaw, Margaret Ptacek Mentor(s): Seema Mattoo Institution: Smith College Mentor(s): David Britt, Yu Huang, Venkatakrishnan Rengarajan Campus Representative: Paula Schneider, Aaron Ghrist Campus Representative: Rick Hill, Sabrina Corsetti Mentor(s): Dr. Keith Garbutt, Dr. Karen Hickman, Dr. Matteo Minghetti Field of Study: Engineering Increase accessibility and understanding of mathematics and its importance as a math educator and through outreach. Mentor(s): Todd Vanderah, Tally Largent-Milnes When I complete my Ph.D. Mentor(s): Jeremy Manning Career Goal: Board-certified veterinary pathologist with a Ph.D. in Microbiology. Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Suzanne McCray, Myra Cheng Campus Representative: Terumi Rafferty-Osaki, Kaytlin Alzugaray Field of Study: Life Sciences Institution: Eckerd College Perform research in tropical meteorology for the NOAA Hurricane Research Division. Institution: Emory University Institution: Ohio State University-Main Campus Field of Study: Life Sciences Career Goal: M.D./Ph.D. Career Goal: M.D./Ph.D in Pediatrics and Biochemistry. Career Goal: My goal is to receive a PhD in Neuroscience specializing in cellular, molecular and genetic research. Campus Representative: James Duban, Christopher Zhou Mentor(s): Robert Klie, Mark Schlossman, Andrew Shulman Institution: Johns Hopkins University Mentor(s): Tingting Chen, Matthew Rueben, Raghu Machiraju Campus Representative: Mark Law, Jack Edwards Mentor(s): Soubantika Palchoudhury, Steven Olson, Bradley Harris Career Goal: PhD in Physics. Research atmospheric climate change processes to contribute to scientific understanding and aid the development of technological solutions. Pursue neutrino data analysis research at a university or national laboratory and teach at a university. Institution: Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Alexander Beeser, Sabrina Jones Campus Representative: Nicholas Ormes, Claire Grigglestone Conduct research in the development of medical and surgical devices. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. Campus Representative: Mary Sanchez-Lanier, Min Gao Field of Study: Chemistry Mentor(s): Zachary Weil, Nora Volkow, Leif Nelin Conduct research in drug delivery and development to work towards cost effective, efficient, and accessible medications for the most pressing diseases facing our world. Field of Study: Physics and Astronomy Conduct research into applications of emerging computational techniques for astronomical instrumentation, as a PI at university or national lab. I hope to work in a national laboratory or government agency. Field of Study: Life Sciences Conduct research to improve the ability of robotic systems to function in unstructured environments. Mentor(s): Jose Barbosa, Elvira Eivazova, Elena Pokidysheva Campus Representative: Gregory Llacer, Franklyn Wang Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Discover and invent new ways to use the power of light. Institution: University of Central Florida She is a junior studying physics in the College of Science and computer engineering in the College of Engineering. Institution: Colorado School of Mines Mentor(s): Troy Murphy, Laura Treible, Daniel Gleason Mentor(s): James West, Mark Snider, Evette Radisky Institution: United States Military Academy Develop numeric methods to evaluate and understand these systems with quantum computers. Institution: Purdue University-Main Campus Conduct research aiming to develop intelligence algorithms to enable practical and collaborative robots. Field of Study: Chemistry Institution: Colorado School of Mines Campus Representative: Gregory Llacer, Katie Collins Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Engineering Career Goal: Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry. Institution: Northeastern University Teach classes and mentor research students. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Cell Biology or Cancer Biology. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Biochemistry with emphasis on neuroscience. Mentor(s): Dr. James Musser, Dr. Mark Messier Mentor(s): Jeanine Amacher, Steven Emory, Jennifer Griffith Field of Study: Engineering Institution: University of Nebraska at Omaha Field of Study: Psychology Campus Representative: Robert Infantino, Seungtaek Daniel Oh Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Veronica Schirm, Leah Harmon Field of Study: Engineering Mentor(s): Dr. Alexander Beeser, Dr. Nagayasu Nakanishi, Dr. Cassia Oliveira Mentor(s): Joon-Young Park, PhD, Jose F. Huizar, MD, Junchul Shin, PhD Mentor(s): Hans Schmitthenner Institution: University of Colorado Boulder Career Goal: Ph.D in Genetics. 2020 - 2021 Rahul Sahay: Goldwater. Field of Study: Life Sciences Institution: CUNY Hunter College Career Goal: Ph.D. in Mathematics. Institution: New Jersey Institute of Technology Career Goal: PhD in Virology with an emphasis on emerging infectious and zoonotic diseases. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Applied Physics or Materials Science. Field of Study: Engineering Campus Representative: Jo Anne Tracy, Elizabeth Dietrich Conduct translational research using nanomaterials on the molecular level to treat disease. Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Geosciences Mentor(s): Miklos Kertai, Tarek Absi Mentor(s): Peter Kofinas, Radu Balan, Deborah Goldberg Institution: University of South Alabama Institution: Johns Hopkins University Field of Study: Engineering Institution: University of Massachusetts-Amherst Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Life Sciences Career Goal: Ph.D. in Chemistry with a focus in organic chemistry. Institution: University of Maryland-Baltimore County Institution: Indiana University-Bloomington Scholarship winners have gone on to become some of the nation’s top scientists and professors. Mentor(s): Khalid Salaita, Monika Davare, Justin Merritt Field of Study: Chemistry Campus Representative: Gary Sloan, Georgia Haggard Mentor(s): Samuel Sternberg, Laura Kaufman, Kenneth Yamada Campus Representative: Nichole Fazio, Vennela Mannava in neurobiology. Career Goal: I plan to pursue a Ph.D. in Chemical Biology then continue to conduct research and teach at the university level. Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Institution: Case Western Reserve University Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Institution: University of California-Santa Barbara Field of Study: Physics and Astronomy Campus Representative: Drew Lamonica Arms, Karen Osei-Boamah Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison Investigate the neurobiological mechanisms of learning and decision making. Research host-pathogen interactions at a cellular level in animals and humans to develop new means for disease prevention. Conduct research & practice medicine at a medical school. Mentor(s): Phil Ihinger, Robert Lodge Campus Representative: Beth Fiori, Anna Poslednik Institution: Rhodes College Campus Representative: Maureen Harke, Jacob VanderRoest Conduct research on charge and mass transport at material interfaces, and nanoelectronics junctions. Campus Representative: Ariella Lang, Nicholas Diaco Field of Study: Physics and Astronomy Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Engineering APRIL 6, 2020 — UTSA students Naomi Alyafei and Christian Strong have been awarded the 2020 Barry Goldwater Scholarship, one of the oldest and most prestigious scholarships for natural sciences, engineering and mathematics students in the United States. Campus Representative: Lisa Knepshield, Spencer Dembner Mentor(s): Donna Ebenstein, Flavia Vitale Institution: College of Charleston Become a professor and teach at an academic medical center. Institution: Rutgers University-New Brunswick Mentor(s): Thomas Evans, Randy Jackson, Lars Rudstam Mentor(s): Peter Monaghan, David Heddle, Mihaela Dobrescu Campus Representative: Jeffrey Olafsen, Yingxuan Tan Mentor(s): Ronald P. D’Amelia, Ling Huang, Rodney Finzel Mentor(s): Gabe Kwong, Shreyas Dahotre, Ida Su Career Goal: I am to pursue a career in academia, with the goal of becoming a professor of neuroscience. Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Katie Capra, Leena Mathur Mentor(s): Jeffrey Youngblood, Brett Savoie, Alejandro Strachan After PhD, I want to do industry-level Research and Development in space-related fields. Mentor(s): Zhenxing Feng, Linda Gaines Campus Representative: Malgorzata Dobrowolska-Furdyna, Theo MacMillan Mentor(s): Jake Williams, Jeremy Johnson, Vasilis Gkatzelis Institution: University of Idaho Campus Representative: Linda Dunleavy, Paul Copeland Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry. Campus Representative: James Duban, Wendy Billings Campus Representative: Lindsay Lawton, Kendra Libby Mentor(s): Ramanamurthy Mylavarapu, Ralph Provisero, Jorge Gibert Campus Representative: Vivian Ibrahim, Otto Fajen Institution: James Madison University Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Career Goal: Ph.D. in Applied Math, and professor at the university level. Campus Representative: Jeffrey Berg, Reece Huff Campus Representative: Matthew Bailey, Nicole Hondrogiannis Institution: Drexel University Campus Representative: Jamie Gianoutsous, Anna Brennan Institution: University of Southern California Intend to conduct research in astrobiology, radio astronomy instrumentation, and SETI, and work as a staff scientist at an observatory. Institution: Mississippi State University Conduct research in theoretical and computational high-energy astrophysics and teach at the university level. Mentor(s): Dr. Rachel Brewster, Maraki Negesse Field of Study: CISE Mentor(s): Ratnasingham Sooryakumar, Christopher Pierce Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Institution: University of Utah Campus Representative: Kristin Weyman, Alexander Zlokapa Conduct physics research and teach at the university level. Institution: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor From an estimated pool of over 5,000 college sophomores and juniors, 1343 natural science, engineering and mathematics students were nominated by 461 academic institutions to compete for the 2020 Goldwater scholarships. Institution: University of Southern California Mentor(s): Elizabeth Fischer, Ted Hackstadt, Kraig Wheeler Mentor(s): Martin Hudson, Melanie Griffin, Robert Horvitz Campus Representative: Corey Colwill, Caleigh Charlebois Field of Study: Engineering Conduct research in nanotechnology and teach at the university level. Mentor(s): David Weld, Ania Jayich, Toshihiko Shimasaki Mentor(s): David Peak, Eric Held, Wade Goodridge Mentor(s): Christyn Dolbier, PhD, Qun Lu, Ph.D., Blake A. Hutsell, PhD Conduct research in radiation science to develop solutions to human health problems. Mentor(s): Matthew Wellons, Kaitlin Lawrence, Benjamin Lovaasen Institution: Concordia College at Moorhead Field of Study: Chemistry Campus Representative: Madeline Wade, Alexandra Adams I hope to conduct research related to dark energy in a national lab and to inspire an astrophysical fascination in the next generation through science communication. Become a professor to teach and mentor. Mentor(s): Mia Levine, Chantel White, Abigail DiVito Career Goal: Obtain a Ph.D in chemistry and study fundamental problems using synthetic and computational techniques. I aspire to characterize cellular signaling pathways within neurodegenerative idiopathic diseases for therapeutic application. Field of Study: Life Sciences Teach and research drug design and synthesis as a university professor. Mentor(s): Dr. Venkatram Atigadda, Dr. Andrei Stanishevsky Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Campus Representative: Kyle Mox, Tal Sneh Contribute to the understanding of evolutionary and ecological processes, especially somatic evolution, teach at university level or work at a cancer research institute. Institution: Stanford University Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Career Goal: Ph.D. From an estimated pool of over 5,000 college sophomores and juniors, 1343 natural science, engineering and mathematics students were nominated by 461 academic institutions to compete for the 2020 Goldwater scholarships. The College of Science is pleased to announce that Lydia Fries has been awarded a Goldwater Scholarship for 2020-21. Mentor(s): Sytske Kimabll, Andrew Murray, Dr. Wesley Terwey Campus Representative: Lisa Batchelder, Matthew Hogan Institution: Harvard University Field of Study: CISE in biomedical data science in order to better characterize the genomic profiles of cancer and develop more effective biological therapies as a physician-scientist. Campus Representative: Malgorzata Dobrowolska-Furdyna, Katelyn Wang Design and develop novel engineering-based strategies to strengthen the immune system for the treatment of autoimmune disorders. Field of Study: Life Sciences Mentor(s): Cyrill Muratov, Shahriar Afkhami, Yuri Lvov Campus Representative: Nick Petzak, Alexandra Wooldredge Institution: Arizona State University-Tempe Conduct research on the impact of environmental contaminants on wildlife health and teach at the university level. Institution: Florida State University Mentor(s): John R. Cirrito, Erin Green, Michael K. Lee Campus Representative: Ben Simington, Cody Martin Practice clinically, research risk factors, technologies, and therapies, and teach undergraduate and graduate students Field of Study: Life Sciences The Goldwater Scholarship is the preeminent undergraduate award of its type in these fields. Institution: University of Florida Lead a research lab investigating genetic diseases on a biochemical level, exploring the effects of mutations on gene products that are produced by cells. I will one day conduct research in representation theory and commutative algebra and will eventually become a research professor. Institution: University of Washington-Seattle Campus Conduct research in theoretical astrophysics concentrating on cosmology and the nature of dark matter. Career Goal: Obtain a Ph.D. in Human Computer Interactions and Neuro-Engineering. Mentor(s): Zhirayr Avetisyan, Henryk Hecht, Adam Boocher I plan to work as a university professor, researching problems at the intersection of combinatorics, analysis, and algebra and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Conduct clinical research in autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Mentor(s): Donald Arnold, Haining Yang, William Dempsey Conduct research at a national laboratory developing sustainable methods for energy conversion such as carbon capture and utilization. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics. Field of Study: Engineering Congratulations to Drexel's nominees for the 2020 Goldwater Scholarship – Ashley Bishop, Hunter Heidenreich, Nickolas Giardetti, and Sarah Andrieux! The Barry Goldwater Scholarship recognizes and awards an exclusive group of students who major in STEM fields by funding graduate study. Campus Representative: Margaret Lamb, Marva Tariq Institution: Columbia University in the City of New York Institution: University of Arizona Campus Representative: Craig Filar, Nelson Hidalgo Field of Study: Life Sciences Campus Representative: Kristin Weyman, John Heath Field of Study: Life Sciences Mentor(s): Sean Banerjee, Natasha Banerjee, Athanasios Iliopoulos Field of Study: Physics and Astronomy Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Mentor(s): Dr. Career Goal: M.D./Ph.D. Campus Representative: Meredith Malburne-Wade, Mary Ogborn Campus Representative: Amanda McCarthy, Ericka Florio Campus Representative: Morgan Bauer, Ashley Santana Mentor(s): Dr. Nicholas Noinaj, Dr. Porsha Shaw Lead a university team researching nanotechnology and 2-dimensional materials and implement those technologies in clean energy and artificial intelligence. Conduct research in medicinal chemistry through the synthesis of small organic compounds. Field of Study: Chemistry Campus Representative: Naomi Levy, Kartik Chandra Institution: Utah State University Institution: Ohio State University-Main Campus Investigate the regulation of gene expression of virulence factor production in pathogenic bacteria as a university professor. Mentor(s): Ned Wingreen, Gilana Reiss Career Goal: Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics. Career Goal: Ph.D. in nuclear or particle physics. Campus Representative: Robert Infantino, Pavan Ravindra Juniors Michelle Graham and McPherson Newell and sophomore Maison Clouatre are among 396 college sophomores and juniors from across the U.S. – including 18 from Georgia institutions – to be awarded the scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Institution: Northern Arizona University Institution: University of California-Berkeley Institution: Lyon College Campus Representative: Wesley Terwey, Delondrae Carter Institution: The University of Tennessee-Knoxville My interests are, more specifically, partial differential equations and applications of harmonic analysis therein. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Neurobiology. in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics; I plan to research novel molecular pathways involved in carcinogenesis using insight gained from clinical practice and teach on the graduate level. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Meteorology and Physical Oceanography at the University of Miami. Field of Study: Life Sciences Field of Study: Chemistry Institution: Texas A & M University-College Station Mentor(s): Lindsey Joe Broadwell, Kate Semsar, Kristen Barthel Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University Mentor(s): Michael Burns, PhD, Yash Gupta, PhD, Adinarayana Kunamneni, PhD Career Goal: Ph.D. in High Energy Theoretical Physics leading to professorship. Career Goal: M.D./Ph.D. Institution: United States Military Academy Conduct research in biomedical science with an emphasis on gene repair and editing methodology and teach at the university level. Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Career Goal: Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry. Campus Representative: Louis Kuo, Natalie Klee Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Career Goal: PhD in BME. Conduct research in solar energy conversion and mentor chemistry students as a university professor. Conduct chemical engineering research focusing on pharmaceutical formulations and teach at the university level. Field of Study: Chemistry Conduct research at the interface of computer science and cognitive neuroscience, and teach at the university level. Campus Representative: Steven Anderson, Scholarship & Excellence in Education Foundation, History of Supporting Outstanding Scholars, Letter Format and Submission Requirements, 2020 Scholars by Legal State of Residence, 2019 Goldwater Scholars by Institution State, 2019 Scholars by State of Legal Residence, 2018 Scholars by State of Legal Residence, 2017 Scholars by State of Legal Residence, 2018 Honorable Mentions by State of Legal Residence, 2018 Honorable Mentions by Institution State, 2017 Honorable Mentions by Institution State, 2017 Honorable Mentions by State of Legal Residence. Mentor(s): Doug E. Frantz, Timothy F. Jamison, Shizue Mito Career Goal: Conduct research in biomedical imaging and teach at a research-intensive medical school. Campus Representative: Will Cantrell, Sara Abdulelah Field of Study: Mathematical Sciences Campus Representative: Alison Draper, Alisa Levin Career Goal: I will pursue a Ph.D. in Computer Science. Teach engineering courses at a research institution. Institution: University of Colorado Boulder Mentor(s): Joseph M. Ziegelbauer, Barry R. O’Keefe, Theodore Kwaku Dayie In Mathematics. Teach at a research university; explore links between topological invariants & geometric questions in physics, solving problems in low-dimensional topology & theoretical physics. Field of Study: Life Sciences Mentor(s): Dr. Lindsey Hanson Campus Representative: Gaylena Merritt, Rohin Maganti Mentor(s): Charles Johnson, Michael Gekhtman, Gary Bernstein Institution: Iowa State University Campus Representative: Madeline Wade, Kathryn Grutkoski Institution: Wake Forest University Career Goal: Ph.D. in Physics. Career Goal: Ph.D in Biogeoscience. Conduct research in algebraic number theory and mentor undergraduate research projects while teaching at the university level. Field of Study: Psychology Field of Study: Chemistry Field of Study: Chemistry Career Goal: Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Conduct research on the development of computational tools for ecological forecasting and proactive environmental policy at NOAA. Mentor(s): Jay McKinney, Nick Willett Mentor(s): Dr. Kendall Mahn, Dr. Tim Bolton, Dr. Glenn Horton-Smith Conduct research in high energy particle collisions. Mentor(s): Abraham Loeb As a university professor, I intend to conduct research on carbon dioxide capture and utilization systems to reverse climate change. Career Goal: I intend to obtain a M.D./Ph.D. Career Goal: M.D./Ph.D. Campus Representative: Caitlin Ting, Rachel Swope Career Goal: I plan to earn a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry. Career Goal: Ph.D. in Robot Intelligence. Field of Study: Physics and Astronomy Institution: Bard College I hope to mentor developing scientists. Field of Study: Life Sciences Institution: Carnegie Mellon University Campus Representative: Pat Whitlow, Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, Brianna Robertson Mentor(s): Sumit Kumar Jha, Sharma Thankachan, Zi-Xia Song Campus Representative: DeKimberlen Neely, Landon Clark Career Goal: Ph.D. in Nanoscience. I plan to research human evolution through the analysis of ancient DNA while applying my research to the advancement of modern medicine and the development of antimicrobials. Campus Representative: Kathleen Barry, Lauren Sloat Mentor(s): David I. Schuster, Frederic T. Chong, Stefan M. Wild Institution: University of Cincinnati-Main Campus in Cancer Biology. Institution: The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga Campus Representative: Kathleen Barry, Julia Baer Institution: Wheaton College Institution: Bryn Mawr College I plan to lead a research lab focusing on better understanding and developing therapies for rare neuromuscular disorders. Campus Representative: Megan Friddle, Krishna Pucha Institution: University of North Georgia

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