Student Poster Award
- Title accurately describes the research; title legible from 10 feet.
- Abstract provides an accurate synopsis of justification, objectives, results, and conclusions.
- Introduction provides sufficient justification, background, and rationale for the research.
- Objectives are clearly stated and scientifically valid.
- Materials and methods are described sufficiently to relate results to conclusions.
- Results: tables and figures are clear and appropriate; data are adequate; statistical analyses and summaries are appropriate; illustrations are understandable and informative.
- Conclusions clearly summarize the research and direct attention to the main points.
- Style: text and illustrations are legible from 4 ft well-spaced; continuity is clear and logical; text is sufficient to explain illustrations and to state objectives and conclusions, but not excessive.
- Scientific merit and originality: research describes a new technique, instrument, or idea; provides a contribution to scientific knowledge.
- Overall: poster commands attention, communicates effectively; author answers questions in a professional and knowledgeable manner.
- Selection Process
|2019 Graduate||Jeffrey Strasser||Marquette University||Modeling Green Infrastructure Influence on Rainfall Derived Inflow and Infiltration|
|2019 Undergraduate||Noah Vriese||University of Wisconsin–Madison||Effect of Fracture Roughness on Fluid-Facilitated Energy Exchange Processes|
|2019 Undergraduate||Katlyn Nohr||University of Wisconsin–Madison||Comparing Soil Infiltration Capacity Among and Within Residential Parcels in Milwaukee, WI|
|2018 Undergraduate||Carly Mueller||University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire||Source to Sink Tracing of Phosphorus Contamination Pathways in Surface Water and Groundwater of Western Wisconsin|
|2017 Undergraduate||Lisa Haas||Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, UW Extension||Sulfides in Tunnel City and Wonewoc Sandstones in Western and South-Central Wisconsin|
|2017 Undergraduate||Allison LoBue||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Biological Systems Engineering||Uptake in Prairie, Forest, and Corn|
|2015 Graduate||Yan Zhu||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering||Field-Scale Phosphorus Loading Assessment: Development and Application of TIN-Based SWAT Model|
|2015 Undergraduate||Christa Kananen||University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Department of Natural and Applied Sciences||Drawdown of the Potentiometric Surface in the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer in Marinette County, Wisconsin|
|2014||Kyle Ankenbauer||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering||Soil Hydraulic Properties Are Strongly Related to Soil Organic Content and Can Affect Soil Moisture Availability for Plants|
|2013||Harsh Vardhan Singh||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Biological Systems Engineering||Sediment Routing through Ephemeral Grassed Waterways in a Nested Watershed|
|2012||Adam J. Bechle||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering||Development and Application of an Automated River-Estuary Discharge Imaging System|
|2011||Stephanie G. Prellwitz||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Biological Systems Engineering||Soil Stability within Wetland Treatment Swales for Urban Runoff|
|2011 Undergraduate Excellence||Caren J. Ackley||University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Geosciences Depatment||Removal of Arsenic and Chromium from Water Using Fe-Exchanged Zeolite|
|2010||Samantha N. Miller||Carthage College||Initiating a Long-term Monitoring Program of Aquatic and Terrestrial Invasive Species in Kenosha County, Wisconsin|
|2010||Caren J. Ackley||University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Geosciences Depatment||Interactions between Tetracycline and Kaolinite in Aqueous Solution|
|2009||Rebecca B. Carvin||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies||Rethinking Nonpoint Source Pollution Management In an Agricultural Watershed: An Application of Wisconsin Buffer Initiative Concepts In Southwest WI|
|2009||Stephan R. Kurdas||University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Department of Geoscience||Using Environmental Variables to Predict Surface Water Quality|
|2008||Eric G. Booth||University of Wisconsin–Madison,||Monitoring changes in subsurface hydrology, stream temperature, flood hydraulics, and vegetation following floodplain restoration on the East Branch Pecatonica River, WI|
|2008||Brian R. Swenson||University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Center for Watershed Science and Education||Aquatic Plant Management of the St. Croix/Gordon Flowage in Douglas County, Wisconsin|
|2003||Jeffrey D. Wilcox||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geology and Geophysics||Spatial and Temporal Variability of Groundwater Chemistry Beneath Agricultural Land: Implications for Assessing Environmental Impacts of a New Unsewered Subdivision|
|2002||Soo Hong Min||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering||Mechanisms of Cadmium Removal by Base Treated Juniper Fiber|
|2002||Dawn M. Chapel||University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geology and Geophysics||Hydrogeology of LaCrosse County, Wisconsin|