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Intel ISEF 2013 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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West Virginia University

Website:
http://www.wvu.edu/

 

West Virginia University will be awarding 25 Academic Excellence or Presidential Scholarships (depending on residency) to students whose research and academic aptitude align with WVU's institutional goals and research interests. Classified as a Research University (High Research Activity) by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, West Virginia University offers 184 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in 14 academic colleges.

 

Why We Participate

As a land-grant institution in the 21st century, West Virginia University delivers high-quality education, excels in discovery and innovation, and strives to build pathways for the exchange of knowledge and opportunity between the state, nation, and world. WVU is committed to excelling in research, creative activity, and promoting innovation in all disciplines while engaging students in a challenging academic environment. We are proud to be awarding our first scholarships at the 2013 Intel ISEF.

 

 

2013 Awards Offered

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

 

Picture of 2013 Award Winners

 

 

Intel ISEF 2013 Awards

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Zoe Buccella

Effects of Meteorological Conditions on the Avian Paratympanic Organ: An Ethological Analysis

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Hana Ulman

The Analysis of the Stroop Effect & Shapes Test on the Different Stages of Brain Development

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Kassie Henry

Kastle-Meyer Test: Crime Scene Cleanup

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Annika Mulaney

Screening of Novel Drugs for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Martina Hukel

Fingerprints: Can They Handle the Heat?

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

David-Michael Buckman

Jordan Hallow

The Effect of Catalysts on the Electrolysis of Water

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Jacob Nichols

A Two-Dimensional Investigation of Hydraulic Fracturing Principles

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Luciano Thoma

Interpreter Glove for Deaf People

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Ryan Maurer

Rocket Motor Test System 7000

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Easton LaChappelle

Fine Motor Skills Using Neural Activated Biomechanical Prosthesis

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Brennan Burnett

Hayden Dobyns

Counter IED Communication Using Near Field Magnetic Induction

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Hayden Randall

No Mo Mine: MgSO4, Mo and Plant Remediation of Mine Residual Contamination

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Sydney Burchell

John Hale

Filamentous Fungi Cultivation on “Moonshine” Distillate Residues and Thin Stillage to Produce Reusable Water and a High-Value Fish Food Co-Product

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Danielle Jacobson

Optimizing Electrical Current Output of Microbial Fuel Cells through Bacterial Mutagenesis and the Fabrication of Nanofiber-based Electrodes

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Dana Abulez

Devyani Shekhawat

Nano-texture Based Transparent Superhydrophobic Coating for Anti-Icing Applications and for the Welfare of the Military and Aeronautics Industry

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Peter Welcker III

Oxidative Attack and Elimination of Bisphenol A by Manganese Dioxide

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Joseph Lee

The Development of a Long Life Solid State Dye Laser

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Jennifer Csele

Creating PEAS: Portable Elemental Analysis System - Developing and Implementing a Novel Cold Cathode Source

 

Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards

Prithvi Potharaju

Justin Yang

A Quantum Mechanical Model for the Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Protein Folding Behavior

 
 
   
 

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