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Coryell Award


The Charles D. Coryell Award honors undergraduate students who have completed research projects in nuclear or nuclear-related areas. Each year there is a $1,000 prize to be awarded to the successful nominee(s). Contributions are judged on the basis of ingenuity, novelty, and potential usefulness. To be eligible, a student must have been an undergraduate at some time during the 12-month period prior to the deadline date for submission of applications for the award. The student may be sponsored by a faculty member at the home institution or by a research director at another institution where the student performed the work.

 

Coryell Award Recipients

 

    2014 Matthew Marsh
2013 Rebecca Springs 2012 Kyle Brown 2012 Brendan Baartman
2011 Ben Farr 2011 Jeremy Townsend 2009 Robin Dienhoffer
2008 Pawan Rastogi 2006 Jill Pinter 2005 Gregory K. Pang
2004 Michelle L. Kovarik 2003 Michael Bridges 2002 Sean Liddick
2001 Peter Dorff 2000 Bryan Tomlin 1999 Jason Shergur
1998 David Ginger 1995 Glenn Fugate 1992 Kevin Schaab
1990 Christian D. Kacher 1988 Erin Renshaw 1987 John Kevin Donohue
1987 Shoshanna D. Rose 1986 Robert Maher 1985 Carolyn J. Anderson
1985 David R. Dorsett, Jr 1984 Awanish C. Mishra 1983 C. Greg Pippin
1982 Susan L. Fraser 1981 Kenneth E. Gregorich 1980 Steven M. Montner
1979 Barbara Jacak 1978 Paul Solomon 1976 Richard F. Davis
1974 L. Sterna 1973 Saburo Yashita 1972 R.E. Leber
1971 M.D. Kluetz 1970 A.E. Salwin 1970 E. Gladney

 

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Coryell Award Nominations due May 1, 2015

If you have undergraduates engaged in research, please remember to nominate them for the Coryell Award this Spring. The Charles D. Coryell Award honors undergraduate students who have completed research projects in nuclear or nuclear-related areas. Each year there is …

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