Bangor, PA
   Katherine Farley
, a junior biochemistry major, is a daughter of Robert Farley and Stephanie Farley, Belvidere, NJ, and a graduate of Bangor Area High School.  She presented "It IS Easy Being Green" with Nicole Jodikinos, Kelly Matune, and Erin Sullivan.  The project was advised by Gary Swanson, director of Audio Visual Services.

Beaver, PA
   Colin Agner
, a junior environonmental science major, is a son of Edward and Debra Agner and a graduate of Beaver Area High School.  He gave an oral presentation on "Sustainability in Motion: Outreach and Education" with Nicole George, Wesley LaQuaglia, Lauren Pierce, and Zachary Smith.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Bethel Park, PA
   Zachary Smith
, a senior chemistry major, is a son of Joseph and Constance Smith and a graduate of Bethel Park High School.  He gave an oral presentation on "Sustainability in Motion: Outreach and Education" with Colin Agner, Nicole George, Wesley LaQuaglia, and Lauren Pierce.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Butler, PA
   Tyler Umstead
, a sophomore chemistry major, is a son of Daniel Umstead and a graduate of Slippery Rock Area High School.  He earned an honorable mention in the non-science presentation category for "Mordant and Temperature Effects on Logwood-Dyed Wool Yarn" with Rebecca Beers and Matthew Pereslucha.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Clinton, PA
   Nicole Jodikinos
, a junior accounting major, is a daughter of Norman and Diana Jodikinos and a graduate of Hopewell High School.  She presented "It IS Easy Being Green" with Katherine Farley, Kelly Matune, and Erin Sullivan.  The project was advised by Gary Swanson, director of Audio Visual Services.

Ford City, PA
   Ashley Blystone
, a senior chemistry major, is a daughter of Brian and Jessica Blystone and a graduate of Ford City High School.  She presented "Comparison of Soxhlet and QuEChERS Extraction Methods for the Examination of Pesticides."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Dan Sykes from Pennsylvania State University.

Harrisburg, PA
   Lauren Pierce
, a sophomore environonmental science and chemistry major, is a daughter of John Pierce and Laurie Pierce, Harrisburg, and a graduate of Central Dauphin East High School.  She gave an oral presentation on "Sustainability in Motion: Outreach and Education" with Lauren Pierce, Nicole George, Wesley LaQuaglia, and Zachary Smith.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Hermitage, PA
   Kelly Matune
, a junior public relations major, is a daughter of Frank and Doreen Matune and a graduate of Kennedy Catholic High School.  She presented "It IS Easy Being Green" with Katie Farley, Nicole Jodikinos, and Erin Sullivan.  The project was advised by Gary Swanson, director of Audio Visual Services.

Marshall Township, PA
   Jordan Zabo
, a senior biology major, is a son of Daniel and Noellene Zabo and a graduate of North Allegheny High School.  He earned an honorable mention in the science poster presentation category for "The Effects of Male-Produced Olfactory Cues on the Sex Ratio of Jewel Wasps, Nasonia vitrippenis, under Local Mate Competition."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

McKees Rocks, PA
   Samantha DiNardo
, a senior public relations major, is a daughter of Richard and Roberta DiNardo and a graduate of Sto-Rox High School.  She presented "Effects of Afterchrome pH and Dye Concentration Using Small-Scale Indigo Dye Vats on Silk Fabric and RGB Color Determination Using Adobe Photoshop CS4" with Brendan Banks and DiAndra DiBacco.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

New Castle, PA
   Rebecca Beers
, a junior English major, is a daughter of Edward and Cindy Beers and a graduate of Laurel High School.  She earned an honorable mention in the non-science presentation category for "Mordant and Temperature Effects on Logwood-Dyed Wool Yarn" with Matthew Pereslucha and Tyler Umstead.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

New Kensington, PA
   Nathaniel Delk
, a junior psychology major, is a son of Jack and Debbie Delk and a graduate of Valley High School.  His group earned the prize in the oral presentation category for "Removal of Metal Pollutants from Western Pennsylvania Wastewater with Recovered Manganese" with Andrew Clark, Kelly Gould, Caitlin Roberts, and Cory Seese.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.
   Haley Gabor, a sophomore chemistry major, is a daughter of Sandra Gabor and a graduate of Ford City High School.  She and Caleb Smathers earned the prize in the science poster presentation category for "Chemical Analysis and Sub-Lethal Effects of Produced Water from Natural Gas Drilling on Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos and Larvae."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Joseph Balczon, associate professor of biology.

New Paris, PA
   Cory Seese
, a senior environonmental science major, is a son of Timothy and Linda Seese and a graduate of Chestnut Ridge High School.  His group earned the prize in the oral presentation category for "Removal of Metal Pollutants from Western Pennsylvania Wastewater with Recovered Manganese" with Andrew Clark, Nathaniel Delk, Kelly Gould, and Caitlin Roberts.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Pittsburgh, PA
   Thomas Dean
, a junior chemistry major, is a son of Diane Pisarcik and Gregory McQuaide and a graduate of North Allegheny High School.  He presented "Heavy Metal Analysis of Shenango River Sediment near the Sharon Steel Corporation Superfund Site" with Hilary Stenger and Eileen Wyza.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry. 

Punxsutawney, PA
   Caleb Smathers
, a senior biology major, is a son of William and Elizabeth Smathers and a graduate of Punxsutawney Area High School.  He and Haley Gabor earned the prize in the science poster presentation category for "Chemical Analysis and Sub-Lethal Effects of Produced Water from Natural Gas Drilling on Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos and Larvae."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Joseph Balczon, associate professor of biology.

Sarver, PA
   Rebecca Ray
, a senior Spanish and international politics major, is a daughter of Gary and Kathleen Ray and a graduate of Knoch High School.  She presented "How Cochineal Dye Changes Color in the Presence of Different Chemicals" with Jennifer Louth.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

South Park, PA
   Matthew Pereslucha
, a senior broadcast communications major, is a son of Deborah Pereslucha and a graduate of Kiski Area High School.  He earned an honorable mention in the non-science presentation category for "Mordant and Temperature Effects on Logwood-Dyed Wool Yarn" with Rebecca Beers and Tyler Umstead.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Tarentum, PA
   Noel Galuschik
, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Holly Angeloff and a graduate of Deer Lakes High School.  She gave an oral presentation on "The Effects of Environmental Concentrations of Bisphenol-A on the Mentum Deformities of Midge Fly Larvae (Chironomus tentans)" and a poster presentation on "Assessment of Water Quality in a Small Stream before and after Extensive Hydrological Modification."  Faculty adviser for both projects was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Titusville, PA
   Andrew Clark
, a junior environonmental science major, is a son of John and Karen Clark and a graduate of Titusville High School.  His group earned the prize in the oral presentation category for "Removal of Metal Pollutants from Western Pennsylvania Wastewater with Recovered Manganese" with Nathaniel Delk, Kelly Gould, Caitlin Roberts, and Cory Seese.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Valencia, PA
   Nicole George
, a junior chemistry major, is a daughter of Jonathan and Lisa George and a graduate of Mars Area High School.  She gave an oral presentation on "Sustainability in Motion: Outreach and Education" with Colin Agner, Wesley LaQuaglia, Lauren Pierce, and Zachary Smith.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.
   Samantha Weston, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Reid and Pamela Weston and a graduate of Mars Area High School.  She gave an oral presentation on "Natural and Chelate-Assisted Phytoremediation of Cadmium (Cd) by Myriophyllum spicatum (Eurasian Water Milfoil)."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Verona, PA
   Kelly Gould
, a senior communication studies major, is a daughter of Daniel and Margaret Gould and a graduate of Riverview High School.  Her group earned the prize in the oral presentation category for "Removal of Metal Pollutants from Western Pennsylvania Wastewater with Recovered Manganese" with Andrew Clark, Nathaniel Delk, Caitlin Roberts, and Cory Seese.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.  She also gave an oral presentation on "Inspirational Garbage" that was advised by Boylan and Evann Garrison, English lecturer.

Aurora, OH
   Erin Sullivan
, a sophomore environonmental science major, is a daughter of John and Kathleen Sullivan and a graduate of Aurora High School.  She gave an oral presentation on "There Should Always Be Two Sides to Every Paper" that was advised by Dr. Rotua Lumbantobing, assistant professor of economics; presented "It IS Easy Being Green" with Katie Farley, Nicole Jodikinos, and Kelly Matune, that was advised by Gary Swanson, director of Audio Visual Services; and provided special music.

Boardman, OH
   Brendan Banks
, a junior economics major, is a son of Kathy Banks and John Banks, Boardman, and a graduate of Boardman High School.  He presented "Effects of Afterchrome pH and Dye Concentration Using Small-Scale Indigo Dye Vats on Silk Fabric and RGB Color Determination Using Adobe Photoshop CS4" with DiAndra DiBacco and Samantha DiNardo.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.
   Michael Barringer, a junior biology major, is a son of MaryAnn Barringer and Terry Barringer, Boardman, and a graduate of Boardman High School.  He presented "Do Daughter Ramet of the Clonal Plant Glechoma hederacea (Creeping Charlie) Spread the Risk of Lead Contamination between Individuals in Heterogeneous Environments?"  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.
   DiAndra DiBacco, a senior communication studies major, is a daughter of Barry and Andrea DiBacco and a graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School.  She presented "Effects of Afterchrome pH and Dye Concentration Using Small-Scale Indigo Dye Vats on Silk Fabric and RGB Color Determination Using Adobe Photoshop CS4" with Brendan Banks and Samantha DiNardo.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Conneaut, OH
   Jennifer Louth
, a senior business administration major, is a daughter of Kirk and Vicki Louth and a graduate of Edgewood High School.  She presented "How Cochineal Dye Changes Color in the Presence of Different Chemicals" with Rebecca Ray.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Girard, OH
   Marshall Finelli
, a junior environonmental science major, is a son of Samuel and Helen Finelli and a graduate of Ursuline High School.  He presented "Villa Maria Internship Project."  Faculty adviser was Dr. Douglas Armstead, assistant professor of physics.

Lakewood, OH
   Eileen Wyza
, a junior environonmental science major, is a daughter of Robert and Margaret Wyza and a graduate of Saint Joseph Academy.  She served as a moderator and presented "Heavy Metal Analysis of Shenango River Sediment near the Sharon Steel Corporation Superfund Site" with Thomas Dean and Hilary Stenger.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Mantua, OH
   Hilary Stenger
, a junior environonmental science major, is a daughter of William and Michele Stenger and a graduate of Crestwood High School.  She presented "Heavy Metal Analysis of Shenango River Sediment near the Sharon Steel Corporation Superfund Site" with Thomas Dean and Eileen Wyza.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.  Stenger also earned an honorable mention in the oral presentation category for "Environmental Health: Mosquito Control" that was advised by Boylan; Dr. Joseph Balczon, associate professor of biology; and Dr. Carolyn Cuff, professor of mathematics.

Massillon, OH
   Wesley LaQuaglia
, a sophomore philosophy and physics major, is a son of Frank LaQuaglia and a graduate of Washington High School.  He gave an oral presentation on "Sustainability in Motion: Outreach and Education" with Colin Agner, Nicole George, Lauren Pierce, and Zachary Smith.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Salem, OH
   Caitlin Roberts
, a senior environonmental science major, is a daughter of David and Paula Roberts and a graduate of Salem High School.  Her group earned the prize in the oral presentation category for "Removal of Metal Pollutants from Western Pennsylvania Wastewater with Recovered Manganese" with Andrew Clark, Nathaniel Delk, Kelly Gould, and Cory Seese.  Faculty adviser was Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.  Roberts also presented a poster on "Importance of Rabies Education in Public America" that was advised by Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology, and served as a moderator.