Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry awards spring research and travel grants
Monday, Feb. 11, 2019
MANHATTAN — The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry at Kansas State University has awarded 16 students with research and travel grants for the spring 2019 semester.
The grants, each up to $1,000, support travel associated with research, such as attending or presenting at a conference, or for assistance with a research project.
The following students are recipients of a research grant or travel grant from the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry:
Cassandra Beattie, senior in kinesiology, Basehor, research grant; Michelle Coca Mora, senior in biochemistry, Dodge City, travel grant.
From Greater Kansas City: Ryan Mersmann, senior inphysics, Olathe, travel grant; and Brittany Funk, junior in chemical engineering, research grant, and Jesse Laning, senior in physics, travel grant, both from Shawnee.
Nichole Nieves, senior in biology, Junction City, travel grant; Diana Najera, senior in biochemistry, travel grant, and Adelina Parral, senior in life sciences, research grant, both from Liberal.
From Manhattan: Taylor Capko, senior in kinesiology, travel grant; Connor Horn, junior in microbiology, research grant; Rachel McNemee, senior in fisheries, wildlife and conservation, travel grant; and Claudia Tudor, senior in biology, travel grant.
Jensen May, junior in biology, Topeka, research grant; Hannah Coggeshall, junior in biology, research grant, and Lydia Waner, sophomore in fisheries, wildlife and conservation, travel grant, both from Wichita.
From out of country: Hongyu Lin, senior in psychology, China, research grant.
For more information regarding the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry and the grant awards, visit k-state.edu/undergradresearch.