The 2014 poster contest winners were recognized at the program review.

Each first-, second- and third-year fellow presents a poster highlighting his or her research as part of the annual program review. From 2012 to 2014, guest judges critiqued the posters and provided feedback to each student. The contest emphasized how effective posters can convey science information to a spectrum of consumers. Judges considered oral and visual presentations as well as overall effect when determining who would take the top prizes. This contest engaged the broader fellowship community as judges are chosen from among program alumni and friends.

Winners

2014

Mareena Robinson – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Overall)
Sarah Palaich – University of California, Los Angeles (Novice)
J. Scott Moreland – Duke University (Honorable Mention)
Jennifer Shusterman – University of California, Berkeley (Honorable Mention)

2013

Samantha Lawrence – Purdue University (Overall)
Mareena Robinson – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Novice)
Walter Pettus – University of Wisconsin, Madison (Honorable Mention)
Jennifer Shusterman – University of California, Berkeley (Honorable Mention)

2012

Matthew Buckner – University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Overall)
Walter Pettus – University of Wisconsin, Madison (Novice)
J. Scott Moreland – Duke University (Honorable Mention)
Thomas Saller – University of Michigan (Honorable Mention)