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Jamie Crait

Program Director, WRSP

Ag-C, Rm 5007

1000 E University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Email: craitj@uwyo.edu

__________________________

Tabatha Spencer

Project Coordinator, UW Science Initiative

A&S Rm 152A

1000 E University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-4447

Email: tspence5@uwyo.edu

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Alumni Research Scholars

Jordan Brophy

Jordan Brophy

A 2015-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Wray, CO, Jordan graduated from UW in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Her undergraduate research work on "Synthesis of Nitrogenated Holey Two-Dimensional Structures" was done with Dr. John Hoberg of the UW Chemistry Department. Jordan is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Chemistry at the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Dianna Brutsman

Diana Brutsman

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Cheyenne, WY, Diana graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Fish Biology and Management. Her undergraduate research work on "song divergence and reproductive isolation in passerine birds" was done with Dr. Matthew Carling of the UW Zoology and Physiology Department. She is currently working in a research internship at the Topeka Zoo. 


Rachael Coleman

Rachael Coleman

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Cheyenne, WY, Rachael graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Her undergraduate research work on "C-H Bond Oxidation by Modification of the Secondary Coordination Sphere of a High-Valent Iron-Oxo Complex" was done with Dr. Elliott Hulley of the UW Chemistry Department. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Chemistry at Cornell University.


Ina Goodman

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Cody, WY, Ina was given a posthumous degree from UW in 2016. Ina passed away during the spring of 2016. Ina's work on "Evaluating the influence of sun incidence angle on mapping water bodies in Landsat images"  was presented at the 2016 UW Undergraduate Research Day by her advisor Ramesh Sivanpillai of the Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center.


Jazlynn Hall

Jazlynn Hall

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Rawlins, WY, Jazlynn graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography. Her undergraduate research work on the "Effect of hillslope and forest age on tree water use in the Panama Canal Watershed" was done with Dr. Brent Ewers of the UW Botany Department. Jazlynn was awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowship and is currently pursuing a PhD at Columbia University.


Samantha Haller

Samantha Haller

A 2016-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Cheyenne, WY, Samantha graduated from UW in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. Her undergraduate research work on "Activation of CARD9: the role of adipocyte liplysis" was done with Dr. Guanglong He of the UW School of Pharmacy. 


Vivek Jain

Vivek Jain

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Bangalore, India, Vivek graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. His undergraduate research work on the "Growth of EuO/Si and EuO/CaF2 and via Pulsed laser deposition and investigating its magnetic nature" was done with Dr. Jinke Tang of the UW Physics and Astronomy Department. Vivek is currently working on a research internship in physics at the University of Minnesota.


picture of Rhiannon Jakopak

Rhiannon Jakopak

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Scotland, SD, Rhiannon graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Fish Biology and Management. Her undergraduate research work on "Assessing a critical assumption and providing context to remotely sensed data for ecological studies" was done with Dr. Kevin Monteith of the Haub School of Energy Resources. She is currently studying wildlife in Kenya and plans to continue graduate studies at UW.


Annie Krueger

Annie Krueger

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Stevensville, MD, Annie graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. Her undergraduate research work on "Detecting sublethal effects of imidacloprid on bumble bees (Bombus impatiens)" was done with Dr. Michael Dillon of the UW Zoology & Physiology Department. She is currently working as a researcher with Bayer and plans to pursue a PhD in environmental toxicology.


Matthew Lehmitz

Matthew Lehmitz

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Laramie, WY, Matthew completed his WRSP project while working on a second bachelor's degree in Computer Science. His undergraduate research work on "Using unmanned aerial vehicles to examine Epiphytes" was done with Dr. Greg Brown of the UW Botany Department. He is currently pursuing graduate studies in the UW Botany Department. 


Kenneth Madsen

Kenneth Madsen

A 2015-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Cheyenne, WY, Kenneth graduated from UW in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. His undergraduate research work on "Synthesis and Properties of Carbide Buckpaper" was done with Dr. Brian Leonard of the UW Chemistry Department. Kenneth is currently pursuing a PhD in Chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.


Marisa Moret

Marisa Moret

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research Scholar originally from Fort Collins, CO, Marisa is currently a junior at UW pursuing a degree in Physiology. Marisa's WRSP research involved examining "Developmental plasticity of behavior phenotypes in Ankyrin 3 mutants" with Dr. Qian-Quan Sun of the UW Zoology & Physiology Department. 


Thomas Rochais

Thomas Rochais

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Flers, France, Thomas graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Astronomy/Astrophysics. His undergraduate research work on "Data Reduction and Star Clusters in Galaxy NGC 2655" was done with Dr. Adam Myers of the UW Physics and Astronomy Department. Thomas is currently pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania.


Rachel Schambow

Rachel Schambow

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Janesville, WI, Rachael graduated from UW in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. Her undergraduate research work on "C-H Bond Oxidation by Modification of the Secondary Coordination Sphere of a High-Valent Iron-Oxo Complex" was done with Dr. Donal Skinner of the UW Zoology and Physiology Department. She is currently attending the University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Veterinary Science. 


Darbi Schlenker

Darbi Schlenker

A 2016-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Meeteetse, WY, Darbi is a current UW sophomore majoring in English.


Aaron Strom

Aaron Strom

A 2015-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Rock Springs, WY, Aaron graduated from UW in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. His undergraduate research work on " Acetylene Reactions in Solid Molecular Hydrogen and Helium Recovery" was done with Dr. David Anderson of the UW Chemistry Department. 


Jordan Turner


Major: Physics/Astronomy

Faculty Mentor: Danny Dale

Project: Characterizing Young Stellar Populations in a Sample of Nearby Dwarf Galaxies

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Marietta, GA, Jordan graduated from UW in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Astronomy/Astrophysics. His undergraduate research work "Characterizing Young Stellar Populations in a Sample of Nearby Dwarf Galaxies" was done with Dr. Daniel Dale of the UW Physics and Astronomy Department. Jordan is currently pursuing a PhD in Physics at UW.


Richard Yang

Richard Yang

A 2015-16 Wyoming Research Scholar originally from Laramie, WY, Richard is currently a senior at UW pursuing a degree in Computer Science. Richard's WRSP research on "Improving our understanding of how brains work by better visualizing computational brain models" was done with Dr. Jeff Clune of the UW Computer Science Department. Richard is currently pursing a Master's Degree in Computer Science at Stanford University. 



Rex Yeigh

Rex Yeigh

A 2015-17 Wyoming Research scholar originally from Buffalo, WY, Rex is a current UW senior majoring in physics. Rex's WRSP research focused on "Transit Photometry of Exoplanets using a Roboticized Telescope" and was done with Dr. Hannah Jang Condell of the UW Physics and Astronomy Department.



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Jamie Crait

Program Director, WRSP

Ag-C, Rm 5007

1000 E University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Email: craitj@uwyo.edu

__________________________

Tabatha Spencer

Project Coordinator, UW Science Initiative

A&S Rm 152A

1000 E University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-4447

Email: tspence5@uwyo.edu

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