Every year, as we prepare for the annual Image of Research exhibition, we are simply amazed at the diversity and beauty of graduate student research on our campus.
This year, we are excited to share the work of the 25 semifinalists through an online gallery. We invite you to explore the exhibition and vote for your top three entries. You have until the end of the day on April 30th to make your choices. Your votes will determine the People's Choice winner.
Congratulations to the 25 semi-finalists who are:
- Nick Antonson (Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior)
- Ryan Askren (Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences)
- Caitlin Brooks (Recreation, Sport & Tourism)
- Danyelle Dawson (Psychology)
- Elliot Reza Emadian (Dance)
- Parinaz Fathi (Bioengineering)
- Brenda Gisela Garcia (Anthropology)
- Muhammad Jahidul Hoque (Mechanical Science & Engineering)
- Sara Johnson (Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences)
- Billy Keniston (History)
- Tess Lallemant (Agricultural and Consumer Economics)
- Allison Louie (Nutritional Sciences)
- Rachel Melton (Art + Design)
- Ana Irene Mitchell (Nutritional Sciences)
- Courtney Richardson (Information Sciences)
- Jeongsu Shin (Anthropology)
- Whitney Sinclair (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)
- Punit Singhvi (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
- Katherine Stawiasz (Chemistry)
- M. Jared Thomas (Entomology)
- Yung-Tien (Pathobiology)
- Ananya Tiwari (Educational Psychology)
- Katie Vivirito (Veterinary Medicine)
- Jianqiao Xiao (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
- Antonio Zaldivar de Alba (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Awards for First Prize ($500), Second Prize ($300), Third Prize ($200), and Honorable Mention ($100) will be announced on May 1, 2020. The winner of the People's Choice will receive a $100 award. All awards are dispersed as professional development travel funds.
For details about the competition, see the Graduate Student Image of Research website.