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Paulik LB.  2015.  1st Place, Best Graduate Student Poster. EMT Research Day 2015.
Caballero-Ignacio C.  2017.  1st Place in OSU BioResource Research Poster Session.
Minick J.  2017.  1st Place Student Platform Presentation. Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26th Annual Meeting.
Bergmann AJ.  2013.  2013 SETAC Student Travel Award. SETAC North America 34th Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, USA.
Dixon H.  2015.  ARCS Foundation Scholar. Achievement Rewards for College Scientists.
Dixon H.  2016.  ARCS Foundation Scholar. Achievement Rewards for College Scientists.
Dixon HM.  2017.  ARCS Foundation Scholar. Achievement Rewards for College Scientists.
Ghetu C.  2017.  ARCS Foundation Scholar. Oregon State University.
Allan SE.  2011.  Best Student Platform. Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Research Day, Oregon State University.
Kamerud KL.  2012.  Best Undergraduate Poster - 2nd Place. SETAC North America 33rd Annual Meeting.
Poutasse CM.  2015.  Center for Peace and Global Citizenship Conference Travel Award. Haverford College.
Paulik LB.  2015.  Chair. SETAC North America Student Advisory Council.
Wold R.  2012.  Ford Family Scholarship. The Ford Family Foundation.
Dixon HM.  2017.  ISES Travel Award. International Society for Exposure Science.
Forsberg ND.  2011.  Minority Student Travel Award. SETAC 32nd annual national meeting, Boston, MA.
Caballero-Ignacio C.  2017.  National 2nd Place Award for Undergraduate Oral Research Division I: Biological, Chemical, & Physical Sciences Research Contest. Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS).
Poutasse CM.  2014.  National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates. University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography.
Poutasse CM, Laurienti PL, Anderson KA.  2017.  NORM 2017 Outstanding Poster Award. ACS Northwest Regional Meeting (NORM): Innovation and Unanticipated Discoveries.