Student Researchers Take Awards at Conference
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Eight Florida Tech students received awards for their research papers at the Florida Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting & Research
Conference recently. The conference was held at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg.
Award-winning students in the Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Section were Danielle Carpenter, outstanding graduate student paper and the Sigma Xi
graduate award for Florida Tech; Charles Mulligan, graduate honorable mention; Jacqueline DeAngelo, undergraduate honorable mention; and Brian Zielinski,
outstanding undergraduate student paper and AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Award for a male student.
Award-winning students in the Physics and Space Sciences Division were Jorge Landivar, outstanding graduate student paper; Robert Bruntz, graduate
honorable mention; Jessica Edwards, undergraduate honorable mention; and Christine Gabrielse, outstanding undergraduate student paper and the Sigma Xi
undergraduate award for Florida Tech. Sigma Xi is an international scientific research society.