Aliquippa, PA
   Ashley Durham
, a sophomore broadcast communications major, is a daughter of Jesse and Arlene Durham and a graduate of Central Valley High School. She presented the display "Field Station Going Off the Grid with Solar Power," advised by Brad Weaver, Westminster broadcast communications lecturer.

Bangor, PA
   Katherine Farley
, a sophomore biochemistry major, is a daughter of Robert Farley and Stephanie Farley, Belvidere, N.J., and a graduate of Bangor Area High School. She was part of the group display on "Recharging Your Environment: Technology Recycling Initiatives" that won the award for Best Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Gary Swanson, Westminster director of Audio Visual Services.

Beaver, PA
   Karen Humphries
, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Daniel and C. Anne Humphries and a graduate of Beaver Area High School. Her poster, "Evaluating the Effects of Photoperiod in the Offspring Sex Ratio of the Parasitoid Wasp, Nasonia vitripennis," was awarded Best Poster/Display, Science Category. The research was advised by Dr. Ann Throckmorton, Westminster professor of biology.

Bethel Park, PA
   Zachary Smith
, a junior chemistry major, is a son of Joseph and Constance Smith and a graduate of Bethel Park High School. He was part of the "Solar Energy Education Display" group that earned Honorable Mention Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Dr. Helen Boylan, Westminster associate professor of chemistry.

Clinton, PA
   Nicole Jodikinos
, a sophomore accounting major, is a daughter of Norman and Diana Jodikinos and a graduate of Hopewell High School. She was part of the group display on "Recharging Your Environment: Technology Recycling Initiatives" that won the award for Best Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Gary Swanson, Westminster director of Audio Visual Services.

Hermitage, PA
   Kelly Matune
, a sophomore public relations major, is a daughter of Frank and Doreen Matune and a graduate of Kennedy Catholic High School. She was part of the group display on "Recharging Your Environment: Technology Recycling Initiatives" that won the award for Best Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Gary Swanson, Westminster director of Audio Visual Services.

New Paris, PA
   Cory Seese
, a junior environonmental science major, is a son of Timothy and Linda Seese and a graduate of Chestnut Ridge High School. He served as a symposium moderator.

Sarver, PA
   Cassandra Treshok
, a senior psychology-human resources major, is a daughter of Anthony and Karen Treshok and a graduate of Freeport Area High School. She earned Best Oral Presentation for "The Role of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Responsibility in Predicting Prosocial Ecological Behavior Intentions," advised by Dr. Jamie McMinn, Westminster associate professor of psychology. She was also part of the "Solar Energy Education Display" group that earned Honorable Mention Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Dr. Helen Boylan, Westminster associate professor of chemistry.

Titusville, PA
   Andrew Clark
, a junior environonmental science major, is a son of John and Karen Clark and a graduate of Titusville High School. He served as a symposium moderator.

Transfer, PA
   Rachael Hoffman
, a senior psychology major, is a daughter of Walter and Patricia Hoffman and a graduate of Reynolds High School. She was part of the group display on "Recharging Your Environment: Technology Recycling Initiatives" that won the award for Best Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Gary Swanson, Westminster director of Audio Visual Services.

Valencia, PA
   Nicole George
, a sophomore chemistry major, is a daughter of Jonathan and Lisa George and a graduate of Mars Area High School. She was part of the "Solar Energy Education Display" group that earned Honorable Mention Poster/Display, Non-Science Category. The project was advised by Dr. Helen Boylan, Westminster associate professor of chemistry.

Salem, OH
   Caitlin Roberts
, a junior environonmental science major, is a daughter of David and Paula Roberts and a graduate of Salem High School. She displayed "Glädje av naturen" ("Joy of Nature"), a collage of tree stump, leaf, and feather rubbings created under the supervision of Peggy Cox, Westminster professor of art.