A department committee reviews all students who qualify for the various awards. Award recipients are generally selected at the end of each spring semester and are notified of their selection sometime during the summer months. Anderson Memorial Scholarship in Biochemistry The purpose of this award shall be to honor and recognize outstanding achievement by an undergraduate student who is enrolled as a Biochemistry major. Consideration for this award shall be given to all undergraduate students beginning their senior year of studies as a Biochemistry major in the Eberly College of Science who have exhibited some exemplary achievement.
Steen and Tucker have been close friends and classmates since their freshman year at Penn State. In addition, she is enrolled in the Schreyer Honors College.
InSteen participated in a laboratory-research internship at the Weis Research Center at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, where she completed a project that demonstrated a never-before-seen step in an important immunological pathway.
Inshe participated in a clinical-research internship at the Anesthesia Department of the Geisinger Medical Center, where she conducted a study on patients who experience hypothermia.
At the conclusion of both internships, she formally presented her findings to the scientists at the Geisinger Medical Center.
In addition to her scientific pursuits, Steen studied the French horn during her four years at Penn State.
Under the direction of Lisa Bontrager, a professor of music, Steen will complete an undergraduate honors thesis in music performance at the Schreyer Honors College. After graduation, Steen plans to attend medical school. Steen, who attended Danville Area Senior High School, will be accompanied at graduation by her parents, Ted and Lynda Steen, and her identical twin sister, Talora Steen, who also plans to pursue a career in the medical profession after her graduation with a 4.Danielle S.
Bassett, PhD Prepared 1/12/ Skirkanich Assistant Professor of Innovation Alumni Achievement Award, Schreyer Honors College, PSU Jan, Master's Thesis: Lorena Deuker, University Konstanz, Dept of Psychology Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award The University Libraries partners with the Schreyer Honor's College to create an exciting opportunity for undergraduates: the annual competition for the Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis.
Henrici Wins The Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award! Schreyer Scholar Evanitsky studies past with hopes of preserving the future. Ryan Henrici Awarded the Wedler Outstanding Undergraduate Disseration Award.
Kelly McGill Will Carry the Biochemistry and Molecular Banner. This past year, he advised nine Schreyer Honors College students, overseeing their thesis studies. Van Saun, who has worked at the University for 13 years, also is the faculty co-adviser to the nationally recognized and award-winning Pre-Vet Club.
Brian W. Schreyer is an excellent Bergen County attorney with over ten years experience in civil and criminal cases.
x. Dean’s Award for Academics Excellence Honors thesis on renewable energy cost reduction; The Law Firm Of Walter K Schreyer - Passaic and Bergen County Attorney. The MFA Thesis Exhibition is the capstone experience of the graduate program, demonstrating a personal direction and mastery in the work of the artists.
Six graduate students will present their work this year: Jesse Navarra, Jennifer Oliveira-Florio, Jonathan Schreyer.