Students and Recent Graduates Gain National Recognition
rigorous academic school year for both students and faculty at the University
of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has led to impressive results. Three UW-Stevens
Point history students were selected to take part in the Council Undergraduate
Research Posters on the Hill event held in Washington D.C. John Lenz, Julienna
Hagan, and Michael Bixby presented “UWSP Archives on East Asia: Analyzing Works
from the Malcolm L. Rosholt Collection,” one of 74 projects chosen from more
than 850 applications and just one of 12 posters based on humanities research.
Point student Erica Swenson, a junior biochemistry major from Hayward,
Wisconsin received the Goldwater Scholarship; an award considered the premier
scholarship in science. The Goldwater Scholarship is given each year to
undergraduate students with exceptional potential for a career in science.
Swenson was selected from 1,123 students nominated by faculty members from the
recent alumni of UW-Stevens Point have been awarded funding for graduate
research through the National Science Foundation. Alina Ott, Tracey Oudenhoven and Randall
Siedschlag, all 2011 graduates now attending graduate school, were among the
2,000 students selected from across the United States for a National Science
Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
congratulate these students and recent graduates for their remarkable
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