Beaver, PA
Colin Agner, a senior environmental science major, is a son of Edward and Debra Agner and a graduate of Beaver Area High School. He presented "Phytoremediation of Aqueous Aluminum and Zinc using Lemna minor and Azolla caroliniana." Agner's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology. Agner also presented "Environmental Monitoring: A Summer Internship with WPI." His adviser is Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Butler, PA
Emily Moorhead, a sophomore public relations major, is a daughter of Steve and Lori Moorhead and a graduate of Butler Area High School. She presented  "Taking E-Waste Off the Curb at Westminster." Moorehead's adviser is Gary Swanson, director of audio visual services.

Tyler Umstead, a junior chemistry major, is a son of Daniel Umstead and a graduate of Slippery Rock Area High School. He presented "Creation of a Website as a Means of Enhancing Collaboration of Volunteers for Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM)." Umstead's adviser is Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Elizabethtown, PA
Christin Helwig, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Daniel and Kymberly Helwig and a graduate of Elizabethtown Area High School. She presented "Developmental Change in Neuromast Distribution in the Anterior Lateral Line of Muskellunge (Esox masquinongy)." Helwig's adviser is Dr. John Robertson, associate professor of biology and chair of the department.

Ellwod City, PA
Kelsey Loccisano, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Jayson and Yvonne Loccisano and a graduate of Lincoln High School. She presented "Phytoremediation of Aqueous Aluminum and Zinc using Lemna minor and Azolla caroliniana." Loccisano's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology. Loccisano also presented "Effects of High Temperature on Callosobruchus maculatus Treated with Sevin." Throckmorton was also her adviser for this project.

Erie, PA
Lauren Stoczynski, a junior biology major, is a daughter of David and Donna Stoczynski and a graduate of Harbor Creek High School. She presented "Assessment of Abandoned Mine Drainage Impacts Using Macroinvertebrate and Salamander Bioindicators." Stoczynski's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Harmony, PA
Emily Martin, a sophomore communication studies major, is a daughter of Ronald and Karen Martin and a graduate of Seneca Valley High School. She presented "Taking E-Waste off the Curb at Westminster." Martin's adviser is Gary Swanson, director of audio visual services.

Leechburg, PA
Lance Jubic, a junior biochemistry and molecular biology major, is a son of Gregory and Mary Jubic and a graduate of Kiski Area High School. He presented "Creation of a Website as a Means of Enhancing Collaboration of Volunteers for Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM)." Jubic's adviser is Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry. Jubic also presented "Visual Comparison of Thiourea Dioxide Versus Yeast as Means of Deoxygenation of Indigo Dye Baths in a Nonscientific Setting." His adviser is Peggy Cox, professor of art.

Mars, PA
Danielle Murtagh, a junior chemistry major, is a daughter of Timothy Murtagh and a graduate of Mars Area High School. She presented "Optimization of the Recovery of Barium and Strontium from Produced Water: Some Preliminary Results." Murtagh's adviser is Dr. Helen Boylan, associate professor of chemistry.

Monongahela, PA
Cassandra Holets, a senior biology major, is a daughter of John and Joan Holets and a graduate of Ringgold High School. She presented "Water Quality Assessment Over a Gradient in the College Woods Creek." Holets' adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Pittsburgh, PA
Chelsea Loub, a junior biology major, is a daughter of Greg Loub and Annie Akers-Loub and a graduate of Plum High School. She presented "A Test of Toxicity and Repellency of Various African Plants against Callosobruchus maculatus." Loub's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Ashley Wyland, a sophomore environmental science major, is a daughter of Edward and Valerie Wyland and a graduate of Taylor Allderdice High School. Wyland was a symposium moderator.

Rural Valley, PA
Sabrina Rearick, a junior political science major, is a daughter of Michele DiMaio, Erie, and a graduate of West Shamokin High School. She presented "Policy Tools and Political Power: How the Natural Gas Industry is Maintaining Power over Hydraulic Fracturing Operations." Rearick's adviser is Dr. Edward S. Cohen, associate professor of political science.

Waterford, PA
Colin Feeney, a senior biology major, is a son of Donald and Debra Feeney and a graduate of Fort Le Boeuf High School. He presented "Ecological Effects of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Drilling on Raptor Populations in Southwest Pennsylvania." Feeney's adviser is Dr. Kerri Cornell Duerr, assistant professor of biology.

West Middlesex, PA
Gino Colella, a junior biology major, is a son of Mark and Tracy Colella and a graduate of West Middlesex Area High School. He presented "Assessment of Abandoned Mine Drainage Impacts Using Macroinvertebrate and Salamander Bioindicators." Colella's adviser was Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

West Newton, PA
Mara Sawdy, a sophomore environmental science major, is a daughter of William and Mary Sawdy and a graduate of Belle Vernon Area High School. Sawdy was a symposium moderator.

Wexford, PA
Marisa Marsico, a senior biology major, is a daughter of George Marisco and Debbie Marsico and a graduate of North Allegheny High School. She presented "Water Quality Assessment Over a Gradient in the College Woods Creek." Marsico's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Aurora, OH
Erin Sullivan, a junior environmental science major, is a daughter of John and Kathleen Sullivan and a graduate of Aurora High School. She presented "There Should Always be Two Sides to Every Paper (Part II)." Sullivan's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology. Sullivan also presented "Taking E-Waste Off the Curb at Westminster." Her adviser is Gary Swanson, director of audio visual services.

Girard, OH
Marshall Finelli, a senior environmental science major, is a son of Samuel and Helen Finelli and a graduate of Ursuline High School. He presented "Phytoremediation of Aqueous Aluminum and Zinc using Lemna minor and Azolla caroliniana," and "Water Quality Assessment Over a Gradient in the College Woods Creek." Finelli's adviser for both projects is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Lakewood, OH
Eileen Wyza, a senior environmental science major, is a daughter of Robert and Margaret Wyza and a graduate of Saint Joseph Academy. She presented "The Effectiveness of Organic Pesticides on the Cucumber Beetle." Wyza's adviser is Dr. Carolyn Cuff, professor of mathematics. Wyza also presented "Phytoremediation of Aqueous Aluminum and Zinc using Lemna minor and Azolla caroliniana," and "Water Quality Assessment Over a Gradient in the College Woods Creek." Her adviser for both projects is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.

Mantua, OH
Hilary Stenger, a senior environmental science major, is a daughter of William and Michele Stenger and a graduate of Crestwood High School. She presented "Phytoremediation of Aqueous Aluminum and Zinc using Lemna minor and Azolla caroliniana." Stenger's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology. Stenger also presented "Assessment of Abandoned Mined Drainage Impacts Using Macroinvertebrate and Salamander Bioindicators." Throckmorton is also her adviser for this project.

Poland, OH
Kyle Filicky, a junior environmental science major, is a son of Kenneth and Carol Ann Filicky and a graduate of Poland Seminary High School. He presented "Assessment of Abandoned Mine Drainage Impacts Using Macroinvertebrate and Salamander Bioindicators." Filicky's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology. He also presented "Habitat Evaluation of the Allegheny Woodrat." Throckmorton was also his adviser for this project.

Melanie Perello, a senior biology major, is a daughter of Michael and Maria Perello and a graduate of Ohio Distance and Electronic Learning Academy. She presented "Assessment of Abandoned Mine Drainage Impacts Using Macroinvertebrate and Salamander Bioindicators." Perello's adviser is Dr. Ann Throckmorton, professor of biology.