Undergraduate, graduate students receive awards at 2017 UMaine Student Symposium

UMaine News, April 28th, 2017

Elizabeth Trenckmann, an MST student, received two awards at the recent University of Maine Student Symposium, Best in Category and the President’s Research Impact Award.

Her research, titled “Collaborating Across the University of Maine System to Improve Student Understanding of the Role of Energy and Matter in Photosynthesis” was advised by Michelle Smith, a faculty member of the RiSE Center, who received the two awards alongside Elizabeth. 

Elizabeth Trenckmann was also recently interviewed by WABI on her recent 2017 UMaine Student Symposium awards:  “Ahead of UMaine Graduation, Future Teacher Stands Out Among Peers”


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