Collaborative Inquiry Grant recipients, their faculty advisers announced

The UST Undergraduate Research and Collaborative Scholarship (URCS) program announces the recipients of its spring 2003 Collaborative Inquiry Grants.

Funded by UST matching funds to the Bush Grant for faculty development, Undergraduate Collaborative Inquiry Grants offer students financial support to provide time for them to work closely with a faculty member outside the classroom on intensive scholarly projects.  Student grantees are considered the primary collaborator-learners with a faculty member as a secondary collaborator-adviser.

This spring, the URCS program has awarded grants to the following collaborators:

  • Kristin Anderson, biochemistry, with Dr. Dwight Nelson
  • Valerie Clark, sociology, with Dr. Lisa Waldner
  • Letitia Englund, journalism, with Dr. Kris Bunton
  • Ian Erlandson, quantitative methods and computer science, with Dr. Robert Raymond
  • Jodi Grandy, journalism, with Dr. Kris Bunton
  • Brian Kalis, business, with Dr. Susan Marsnik
  • Robert Kennedy, quantitative methods and computer science, with Dr. Sun Chung
  • Kevin Knutson, economics, with Dr. David Brennan
  • Jeff Kogan, business, with Dr. Susan Marsnik
  • Michelle Marquart, psychology, with Dr. Mary Anne Chalkley
  • Alexander Miamen, biochemistry, with Dr. Anthony Steyermark
  • Alice Olson, theology, with Dr. Cornelia Horm
  • Philip Remes, chemistry, with Dr. Tom Ippoliti
  • Gregg Scheiffer, chemistry, with Dr. Tony Borgerding
  • Joseph Schultz, psychology, with Dr. Greg Robinson-Riegler
  • Kerry Sheehy, mechanical enginnering, with Dr. Camille George
  • Jonathon Stierman, quantitative methods and computer science, with Dr. Sun Chung
  • Mark Ulrick, chemistry, with Dr. Rebecca Bilek
  • Kelly Vetter, psychology, with Dr. Britain Scott
  • Charles Weise, music, with Dr. Douglas Orzolek
  • Tierney Winberg, psychology, with Dr. Mary Anne Chalkley