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Graduate Awards & Fellowships

Graduate Awards & Fellowships

The goal of the Awards Committee is to help our graduate students to win OSU Graduate School Awards in recognition of their hard work and in celebration of their successes. For awards focused on recruiting (for example the Provost’s Distinguished Scholarship) the graduate recruiting committee will select candidates and complete the nomination packages.

Our program is one of the largest on campus and should be well represented in these awards. The Chemistry Department Awards Committee will use the following process for nomination:

Number of nominations per group

Each group can only nominate one student per award. One student is allowed to be nominated to no more than three awards. These limitations are set because the number of nominees from each department is limited, typically one or two per award.

Departmental application materials

Include the following items in the application materials for each student nomination and send to chemawardscommittee@oregonstate.edu as one PDF file.

  • A brief recommendation from the PI (a single paragraph will be fine)
  • Student’s updated CV.

Departmental deadline

The deadline for submitting a nomination to the Awards Committee will be 11:59 pm on the day exactly three weeks before the deadline for the Graduate School. The deadlines of the department for each award will be held with no exceptions to be made. Please mark the deadline for each award in your calendar if you intend to nominate your students for certain awards. Thank you for cooperating.

Reviewing process by the awards committee

Reviewing by the committee will take no longer than a week. The PI of the selected nominees will be informed by email two weeks before the deadline for the Graduate School.

Preparation of application packages to the graduate school

It is the PI’s responsibility to gather the required nomination materials, including drafts of recommendation letters. The main office may help with transcripts or some other required documentation. You will have two weeks for the preparation.

Lastly, it will be the PI who submits the forms on behalf of the department to the graduate school: However, please fill in the official nominator’s name, whether it was the Department Head or the Head of the Graduate Advising Committee.

Fall term awards

Milton Harris Graduate Teaching Award

The Honors and Awards committee calls upon faculty and staff (via email) for nominations in early September. The committee makes recommendations to the department chair. These awards are presented at the fall picnic put on by the Department of Chemistry.

Spring term awards without a summer stipend

Ingram Award

Annual award is given to the student who has compiled the best record in all first-year courses and graduate student responsibilities. William Jackson Ingram was born in 1905 into a pioneer Oregon family that came to this valley in the 1840's from England. They settled around the Lebanon area. At one time the family group owned 15 miles of farms across this valley. There is an island named after the Ingrams, and a city park in Lebanon named after his uncle, Booth. William did his undergraduate work at Lewis and Clark College - then known as Albany College. He chose Oregon State for his graduate work in chemistry for the fine reputation of its professors. For most of his life he worked for the State of Oregon in the Agriculture Department in Salem. He was an analytical, research chemist. (He belonged to the American Chemical Society for years.) His work covered many topics. His efforts on analyzing milk resulted in the statement on the back of our milk cartons governing the contents, and he found mercury in fish and arsenic in animal feed - all things that protect the people of Oregon.

Benedict Award

Annual award is given to the second-year graduate student who has compiled the best record in all courses and has a strong start on research. Dr. Benedict was an eminent scholar and highly respected in his field. He served for many years on the faculty at Chico State, beginning in the 1930s. He obtained bachelor's and master's degrees at Stanford University and his doctorate at Northwestern University. He served as a research chemist for Standard Oil before entering the field of education. During World War II, Dr. Benedict served in the U.S. Navy, part of the time as an instructor in celestial navigation. His background in this field included sailing experience, having on one occasion taken a sailboat through the Panama Canal. When he left the Navy at the end of World War II, he held the rank of lieutenant commander.

Spring term awards with a summer stipend

N.L. Tartar Research Project

The department provides competitive summer support to students whose research is related to human health. Awards assist graduate students in chemistry, biochemistry, and microbiology. Priority given to US Citizens. Dr. Tartar was born in 1894 in Pedee. His family moved to Corvallis in 1899. He completed schooling in Corvallis and graduated from the School of Pharmacy at OSU in 1915 after which he practiced pharmacy in Corvallis for a few years. He then went to the University of Chicago and obtained an M.D. in 1922. He spent his entire professional life in Corvallis and when he died he left in his will a trust, the income from which was to "be applied and used to awarding research fellowships to promising scientists in the fields of chemistry and bacteriology relating to human diseases..."

Milton Harris Graduate Fellowship

Awards are based on achievements in academics and research as well as performance in teaching roles. Milton Harris grew up in Portland, Oregon where his parents ran a small grocery store. He graduate from OAC in chemistry at the age of 19 in 1926. Although he had never even considered a research career, the chair of chemistry at the time, Professor Floyd Rowland, encouraged him to go to Yale to study organic chemistry. At Yale, he was courted by the synthetic chemists, but chose to work in protein structures and polymer chemistry. This lead to a career that began in the textile industry, followed by NBS, founding of Harris Laboratories, buy-out by Gilette, a distinguished career as VP for research there and finaly after retirement, Chairman of the Board of ACS. Milton Harris has been a benefactor to OSU and the Chemistry Department, beginning with our seminar room, the Harris Professorship of Materials Science held by Mas Subramanian, the College of Science's Milton Harris Award in Basic Research, the Harris Teaching Awards and these Graduate Research Awards.

David P. Shoemaker Memorial Fellowship

Awards provide one or more fellowships to exceptional advanced Ph.D. students in chemistry. Students who are completing the spring term of their second year, or more advanced, are eligible. Dr. Clara B. Shoemaker established this Fund in recognition of her husband's dedication to education and his research accomplishments. He developed an international reputation in the determination of the structure of metals and alloys using X-Ray Crystallography. He served as chair of the chemistry department at Oregon State University from 1970-1981. Among his many accomplishments, he developed a strong research and teaching faculty, and led the planning and construction of the Gilbert Hall Addition. He was the author (with C.W. Garland and later J.W. Nibler) of the laboratory text Experiments in Physical Chemistry, now in its seventh edition. He was well known for inspiring and motivating bright and creative graduate students in physical chemistry.

Ken & Lise Hedberg Fellowship

Award to assist graduate students in chemistry. Students engaged in research on chemical structure receive priority for consideration. Ken Hedberg received a B.S. from the Department in 1942. After wartime work at Shell and receiving a PhD at Cal Tech, he returned as a faculty member in 1956 and became a leader in the field of molecular structure using electron diffraction techniques. His wife Lise was a constant helpmate and contributor to their scientific work. They established an endowment to fund a graduate fellowship in chemistry in 2005 for full-time PhD students who are high achievers, have demonstrated exceptional promise and dedication and who are engaged in physical chemistry or who are conducting research in an area that follows the work of the Hedbergs.

Arnold Johnson Jr. Fellowship for Doctoral Candidates

Award for graduate students (PhD candidates) in chemistry. From an early age, Arnold was intrigued with chemistry and built a small lab in the garage. Through high school, college and junior college, he continued this pursuit and graduated with a degree in chemistry from Fresno State College in 1951. He then enlisted in the U.S. Army and spent most of his four years as a research chemist at Army Chemical Center in Edgewood, MD. Upon completion of his military obligation, Arnold began work as a research chemist with Socony Mobil Oil Co. in Paulsboro, New Jersey. In 1956 he began his graduate studies at Oregon State University, culminating in a PhD in 1962. His dissertation was entitled "Spectrophotometric Determination of Hafnium in the Presence of Zirconium."Arnold was Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming before accepting a position at Minot State College in Minot, ND in 1965. For the next 21 years he was Professor of Chemistry and for the final years was Chair of the Department of Chemistry.

Whiteley Graduate Fellowship for Material Sciences

Award for graduate students in chemistry and physics with research in material sciences. The Ben and Elaine Whiteley Endowment for Materials Research established in 2007 provides support for materials research in the College of Science. In particular, it provides fellowship support for students to work full-time during the summer in a research laboratory, working on materials research-related topics.

Dorothy and Ramon Barnes Graduate Fellowship

This fellowship was established in 2013 to provide funding for graduate students in the Department of Chemistry.

Bruce Graham Memorial Scholarship

Was established to commemorate the life of Dr. Bruce Graham. Dr. Graham was born in Crete, Nebraska in 1916. His family later moved to Oregon when he graduated from Monmouth Teachers College and became principal of Knappa Grammar School at age 18. He married his lifelong love, Hermine (Judy) Zwanck in June 1937. In early 1941 he returned to school at Oregon State College (now University), and was awarded a Ph.D. in chemistry in 1945 for his work on anti-malarial compounds. He, Judy, and their first three children then moved to Rochester, NY where he worked as a research chemist at Eastman Kodak and taught chemistry at the University of Rochester. In 1952 the family, now with five children, moved to the Bay Area where he took a position with Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park. At SRI he started the Life Sciences Division and directed its growth into a highly respected and successful part of the organization. In 1965 he became the founding president of Gulf South Research Institute in Louisiana. In 1970 he left GSRI and worked in Washington, D.C. as a consultant in the contract research area, in particular for the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute, until his retirement back to the family home in Los Altos in 1981. Dr. Graham was well known for his kind personality, sense of humor, good-natured battles with golf courses and love of singing.

Dr. Sheng Chung Fang Fellowship

To be used for fellowship support for graduate students in the Department of Chemistry in the College of Science. Students shall be full-time students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or above. Preference shall be given to international students and those who qualify for financial assistance.

Chemistry Graduate Fellowship

Given to outstanding graduate students to help support them during their work towards a degree in chemistry.

Max L Deinzer Chemistry Fellowship

Given to Chemistry Graduate students who have demonstrated significant research accomplishments at OSU during his/her graduate career to date. Professor Deinzer joined the OSU faculty in 1973 and was an active contributor to the development of mass spectrometry until his dead in 2012. He made substantial contributions to the development of mass spectrometry (MS) technology and applications. His contributions include developing negative ion MS techniques. He may be best known for his contributions to the theory and practical realization of electron capture ionization techniques. Max was also known for the innovative applications of MS to biomedicine and life sciences. He made significant contributions in the field of protein characterization. Max published several papers on protein folding and modification mapping in the early 1990s, helping to usher in the field now known as proteomics. Together with Dr. Reed, the EHSC Director, he published many papers on the adduction of reactive intermediates of xenobiotics to proteins. Max and Dr. Mike Schimerlik were early enthusiasts of hydrogen/deuterium exchange MS, and its potential in obtaining structural information on proteins.

Benedict Graduate Fellowship

Annual award is given to the second-year graduate student who has compiled the best record in all courses and has a strong start on research. Dr. Benedict was an eminent scholar and highly respected in his field. He served for many years on the faculty at Chico State, beginning in the 1930s. He obtained bachelor's and master's degrees at Stanford University and his doctorate at Northwestern University. He served as a research chemist for Standard Oil before entering the field of education. During World War II, Dr. Benedict served in the U.S. Navy, part of the time as an instructor in celestial navigation. His background in this field included sailing experience, having on one occasion taken a sailboat through the Panama Canal. When he left the Navy at the end of World War II, he held the rank of lieutenant commander.

David T Wong Chemistry Research Internship Fund

This fund supports internship opportunities for Chemistry students. David Wong received his BS in Chemistry at Seattle Pacific University in 1961, an MS in Biochemistry from OSU in 1964 and a PhD in Biochemistry from OHSU in 1966. After post-doctoral training at the Johnson Research Foundation, he joined the Lilly Research Laboratories as a Senior Biochemist in January 1968. He retired at the rank of Lilly Research Fellow in 2000. In 1972, David proposed the synaptic uptake of serotonin in brain tissue could serve as a biochemical target for the discovery of antidepressant agents. The same year, David and colleagues identified a selective inhibitor of serotonin uptake, fluoxetine which was approved by the FDA as the antidepressant drug better known as Prozac in 1987. He was also involved in the discovery and development of atomoxetine, known as Strattera, which was approved for the treatment of ADHD in 2002, and duloxetine, known as Cymbalta, approved for the treatment of depression in 2004.

Daniel & Janis Kerrigan Internship Fund

The fund allows the Chemistry department to support internship opportunities for Chemistry students.

Previous awardees

2021

Taylor Krueger

2020

Sean Tachibana

2019

  • Rachelle Smith
  • Clinton Knaus

2018

Elizabeth Kaweesa Namagoba

2017

  • Ankan Ghosh
  • Gabriella Giampaoli
  • Andrew Oswalt

2016

  • Nicholas Larkey
  • Ismael Rodriguez Perez
  • Fereshteh Zandkarimi

2015

  • Ryan McQuade, Breland Oscar
  • Pieter Waldenmaier

2014

  • Donovan Adpressa
  • Kyle Almlie
  • Maduka Ogba

2013

  • Rosa Grajczyk
  • Quamar Salih
  • Yanli Wang

2012

  • Nagarathanam Veerasamy
  • Ommidala Pattawong
  • Whitney Schmidt

2011

  • Jessica Vellucci
  • Newcity Tzeng
  • Martin Precek
  • Subrata Shaw

2010

  • Somnath Jana
  • Robynne Kirkpatrick
  • Sean Muir
  • Annette Richard

2008

  • Christopher Emerson
  • Jeremy Gunderson
  • Michael Naffziger

2007

  • Morgan Ferguson
  • Myra Koesdojo
  • Jessica Zhang

2005

  • Johanna Perkins
  • Gretchen Clark-Scannel

2004

  • Bradley Ashburn
  • Toby Primbs
  • Fay Tonsiegsom

2003

  • Cynthia Villwock
  • Jack Rundell

2002

  • Joan Kroon
  • Kristi Haataja

2001

  • Kristi Haataja
  • Joan Kroon

2000

  • Jeff Barber
  • Robert Killin
  • Martha Stapels
  • Matthew Reeves

1999

  • Sunghwan Kim
  • Melissa Schultz
  • Jennifer Stone

1998

  • Ben Clark
  • Jim Tyser
  • Nicu Vulpanovici

1997

  • Scott Allen
  • Tammy Amos
  • Rebecca Hanson

1996

  • Emile Firpo
  • Kevin Cantrell
  • Lonnie Robarge
  • Chris Herring

1995

  • Nick Drapela
  • Richard Nafshun
  • Lissa Zyromski

1994

  • Nick Drapela
  • Richard Nafshun
  • James Pugh

1993

  • James Cox
  • Richard Nafshun
  • Darren Williams

1992

  • Tara Couch
  • Julie Kuhr
  • Scott Truska

1991

  • Diana Cook
  • Marc Kirchmeier
  • Tom Reynolds

1990

  • Annapoorna Akella
  • Mary Coville
  • John Summerfield

1989

  • Mark Jensen
  • Kevin Krosley
  • Kethleen Schaffers

1988

  • Dean Bautz
  • Stuart Gander
  • Jane Stanton

1987

  • Anthony Adams
  • Cynthia Cozza
  • Jay Shields

1986

  • Margie Haak
  • Hector Morales
  • Jeff Nelson

1984

  • Scott Hein
  • Rahim Kazerouni

1983

  • Steven Bolkan
  • Brian Bozlee
  • John T Salinas

1982

  • Arthur Ambrose
  • Brian Bozlee
  • Robert Eierman
  • Marcia Ikeda

1981

  • Christopher Ortel
  • Claudia Seyfert
  • Arden Strycker
  • Stephen Querch

2021

Evangeline Starchman

2020

Henry Wise

2019

Michelle Tran

2018

Gary Points

2017

Rachelle Smith

2016

George Neuhaus

2015

Chen Cheng

2014

Daniel McCauley-Walden

2013

  • Hanyang Zhang
  • Yunteng He
  • Fangyuan Han

2012

  • Peng Zhao
  • Pieter Waldenmaier

2011

Yuanyuan Wu

2010

Nagarathanam Veerasamy

2009

Sean Muir

2008

Sharon Betterton

2007

Khomson Suttisintong

2006

Hasini Perera

2005

  • Corey Koch
  • Kai Jiang

2004

Brad Ashburn

2003

Nick Kesinger

2002

Choel-Hee Park

2001

Yonggang He

2000

Dominik Reusser

1999

Kezia Emerald

1998

Heidi Zhang

1997

Moo Young Kim

1996

Brian Logue

1995

Dong Li

1994

Anthony Diaz

1993

Matt Hall

1992

Teresa Lemmon

1991

Jeanette Hovermale

1990

Vince Korthuis

1989

Chris Mellville

1988

Steve Toske

1987

Jinfan Huang

2021

Alexis Scida

2020

Sean Sandstrom

2019

Sean Boulanger

2018

Heng Jiang

2017

Alexander Brueckner

2016

Krista Barzen-Hansen

2015

Dylan Fast

2014

  • Subir Goswami
  • Hanyang Zhang

2013

Yunteng He

2012

  • Pieter Waldenmaier
  • Peng Zhao

2011

Ommidala Pattawong

2009

Valeriya Bychkova

2008

Christopher Emerson

2006

  • Dao Nammoonnoy
  • Hasini Perera

2005

Radhika Naik

2004

Nick Kessinger

2021

  • Dunping Cao
  • Christopher Bahro
  • Patrick Dey
  • Gisela Gonzalez-Montiel
  • Erin Kalbaugh

2020

  • Partha Sheet
  • Mona Khorani
  • Lei Lei
  • Gisela Gonzalez-Montiel

2019

  • Glsoo "Ryan" Kim
  • George Neuhaus
  • Saichon Sumantakul
  • Xiaoje "Jay" Zhang

2018

  • George Neuhaus
  • Xuan Ju
  • Ankan Ghosh
  • Alexander Brueckner

2017

  • Donovon Adpressa
  • Paige Mandelare
  • Daniel McCauley-Walden
  • George Neuhaus
  • Andrew Oswalt

2016

  • Donovon Adpressa
  • Andrew Ferreira
  • Nick Larkey
  • Xin Li

2015

  • Ross Overacker
  • Andrew Ferreira
  • Donovon Adpressa
  • Daniel McCauley-Walden
  • Kevin Snyder

2014

  • Donovon Adpressa
  • Harrison Neal
  • Pieter Waldenmaier

2013

  • Nicholas Larkey
  • Melissa McIntosh
  • Maduka Ogba
  • Subrata Shaw
  • Yuanyuan Wu

2012

  • Adam Barsamian
  • Nathan Collett
  • Christopher Heist
  • Breland Oscar
  • Ryne Johnston
  • David Schiedler
  • Jessica Vellucci

2011

  • Corey Brumsted
  • Nathan Collett
  • Christopher Emmerson
  • TJ Mustard
  • Matthew Pierce
  • Benjamin Place
  • David Schiedler

2010

  • Adam Barsamian
  • Corey Brumsted
  • Jessica Vellucci
  • Morgan Ferguson
  • Nathan Collett
  • Wille Backe
  • David Schiedler

2009

  • Juan Chavez
  • Wille Backe
  • Keith Schwartz
  • Jie Zhang
  • Erik Carlson
  • Nathan Collett
  • Damien Kuiper
  • Michael Naffziger

2008

  • Nathan Collett
  • Morgan Ferguson
  • Damien Kuiper
  • John Melbardis
  • Mike Naffziger
  • Johanna Perkins
  • Keith Schwartz

2007

  • Bradley Ashburn
  • Chris Emerson
  • Susan Denualdi
  • Heath Giesbrecht
  • Damien Kuiper
  • John Melbardis
  • Johanna Perkins
  • Keith Schwartz

2006

  • Bradley Ashburn
  • Heath Giesbrecht
  • Jeremy Gunderson
  • Danielle Hutana
  • Damien Kuiper
  • Johanna Perkins
  • Lauren Rathbone
  • Keith Schwartz
  • Chad Teeters

2005

  • Bradley Ashburn
  • Juan Chavez
  • Heath Giesbracht
  • Carlos Gonzalez
  • Carl Isaacson
  • Damien Kuiper
  • Keith Schwartz

2004

  • Carin Huset
  • Bradley Ashburn
  • Nicholas Kessinger
  • Anthony Scott
  • Jennifer Sfetku
  • Gretchen Clark-Scannell
  • Carlos Gonzalez
  • Jack Rundel
  • Eric Korf
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Keith Schwartz

2003

  • Stacey Clark
  • Carin Huset
  • Nick Kesinger
  • Eric Korf
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Peter Ruiz-Haas
  • Keith Schwartz
  • Sascha Usenko

2002

  • Stacey Clark
  • Michael Hruschka
  • Robert Killin
  • Eric Korf
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Melissa Schultz
  • Martha Stapels
  • Darrel Ziemski

2001

  • Scott Allen
  • Eric Brown
  • Stacey Clark
  • Martha Degan
  • John Hansen
  • Robert Killin
  • Eric Korf
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Jennifer Stone
  • Kurt Sundermann

2000

  • Scott Allen
  • Tammy Amos
  • Eric Brown
  • Martha Degen
  • Josh Hansen
  • Sunghwan Kim
  • Eric Korf
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Kurt Sunderman
  • Pat Vallano

1999

  • Scott Allen
  • Jelena Dacres
  • Sunghwan Kim
  • Joshua Hansen
  • George Law
  • Lonnie Robarge
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Kurt Sunderman
  • Michael Tassotto
  • Mike Willis

1998

  • Scott Allen
  • Jelena Dacres
  • Nick Drapela
  • John Hansen
  • George Law
  • Chris Lincoln
  • Jim Pugh
  • Lonnie Robarge
  • Kurt Sunderman

1995

  • Tara Couch
  • Chris Herring
  • Rick Nafshun
  • Brian Nowak-Thompson
  • Jim Pugh
  • Bill Rice
  • Shan Wang

2021

  • Sean Boulanger
  • Makenzie Nord
  • Steven Tran
  • Keun-ll Kim

2020

  • Mehran Amiri
  • Vidhara Pathirannehelage
  • Heng Jiang
  • Lauren Palys

2019

  • Elizabeth Converse
  • Charles Culbertson
  • JungHwa "Jessica" Hong
  • Nizan Kenane
  • Woochul Shin

2018

  • Danielle Hutchinson
  • Karoly Kosma
  • Dan Leonard
  • Thomas Roew
  • Wei Xu

2017

  • Gayan Bandara
  • Taylor Kreuger
  • Lulu Zhang
  • Xin Li
  • Yi Lu

2016

  • Chen Chen
  • Ankan Ghosh
  • Bella Giampaoli
  • Karoly Kozma
  • Jinming Li
  • Wesley Surta

2015

  • Subhir Goswami
  • Kyle Almlie
  • Jonathan King
  • Ryan McQuade
  • Clement Bommier
  • Harrison Neal

2014

  • Kyle Almlie
  • Clement Bommier
  • Joshua Flynn
  • Lin Huang
  • Mrinmoy Saha
  • Dylan Sures
  • Zhenyu Xing
  • Fereshteh Zandkarimi

2013

  • Spencer Barrett
  • Clement Bommier
  • Weekit Sirisaksoontorn
  • Peng Zhao
  • Nagarathanam Veerasamy

2012

  • Lei Chen
  • Rosa Grajczyk
  • Subham Mahapatra
  • Quamar Sali
  • Newcity Tzeng

2011

  • Christopher Heist
  • Tae-Hyeong Kim
  • Theeranun Siritanon
  • Yuanyuan Wu

2010

  • Colin Harthcock
  • Subham Mahapatra
  • Valeriya Bychkova
  • Adeniya Adenuga

2008

  • Brent Matteson
  • Robynne Kirkpatrick
  • Andrew Smith
  • Yolanda Tennico

2007

  • Corey Koch
  • Myra Koesdojo
  • Hasini Perera
  • Jack Rundel

2006

  • Robynne Kirkpatrick
  • Stephen Meyers

2005

  • Morgan Ferguson
  • Hong Ji

2004

  • Yonggang He
  • Angela Doneanu

2002

  • Jeff Barber
  • Angela Doneanu
  • Tony Masiello

2001

  • Jeff Barber
  • Tony Masiello

2000

  • Jeff Barber
  • Nicu Vulpanovici
  • Michael Tassotto
  • Vatalin Doneanu

2021

Alyssa Johnson

2020

Wei Xu

2019

Danielle Hutchinson

2018

Xin Li

2017

Lixia Zhou

2016

Yunteng He

2015

  • Naga Veerasamy
  • Peng Zhao

2014

  • Breland Oscar
  • David Schiedler

2013

  • TJ Mustard
  • Whitney Schmidt

2012

Jeffrey Grell

2011

Subham Mahapatra

2010

Christopher Emerson

2009

Johanna Schwartz

2008

Myra Koesdojo

2007

Robynne Kirkpatrick

2006

  • Selena Milicevic
  • Jessica Zhang

2005

Radhika Naik

2004

  • Cheol-Hee Park
  • Melissa Schultz
  • Helmars Smit
  • Wei Zhang

2003

  • Guoqiang Wang
  • Jun Li
  • Angela Doneanu

2002

  • Catalin Doneanu
  • Tony Masiello

2001

  • Jeff Barber
  • Eric Brown
  • Chris Lincoln

2000

Moo-Young Kim

1999

  • Younggi Choi
  • Kevin Cantrell

1998

Kristiana Zyromski

2021

Marisol Trejo

2021

Mehran Amiri

2018

Max Wallace

2016

Kristopher Olsen

2014

Amila Liyanage

2012

Wei Wang

2011

Andeniyi Adenuga

2010

Tosapol Maluangnont

2020

  • Md Nure Alam
  • Sean Boulanger

2019

  • Brett Duell
  • Taylor Krueger
  • Ashish Vaswani
  • Yuzhong Yao

2018

  • Sean Tachibana
  • Zhifeng Song
  • Partha Sheet
  • Kuan-Jen Chen

2017

  • Charles Culbertson
  • Hanyang Zhang
  • Partha Sheet
  • Zhifei Li

2016

  • Alex Brueckner
  • Camille Richardson
  • Dylan Sures
  • Ivan Titaley

2015

  • Omid Sadeghi
  • Elena Medina
  • Longteng Tang
  • Dylan Sures

2014

  • Nicholas Larkey
  • Yanli Wang
  • Peng Zhao

2021

Gary Points

2021

Taisiia Feoktistiva

2021

  • Jacob Hirschi
  • Tara Hurley
  • Anh-Tuan Nguyen
  • Tasnim Rahman
  • Yunkai Xu

2021

Saichon Sumantakul

2021

  • Dayana Bashirova
  • Tanner Rookard

2021

Mona Khorani

2021

Ian Colliard