Florence Robinson Award

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Florence Robinson Award

This award recognizes outstanding achievement in the classroom and research lab by a student in the Neuroscience Minor and encourages students to consider careers related to neuroscience. It is named the Florence Robinson Neuroscience Award in honor of Professor Susan Fahrbach’s mother-in-law, an economist with a love for education who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease in 2003.

2014

Dan Powell

The award winner for 2012 was Dan Powell with Dr. Wayne Silver, the Neuroscience Program coordinator.

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2013

The award winner for  2013 was Matt Whitmill

The award winner for

2013 was Matt Whitmill

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2012

The award winner for 2012 was Maria Binney  with Dr. Wayne Silver, the Neuroscience Program coordinator.

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2011

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The award winner for 2011 was Gregory Alberto (left) Greg worked in the laboratory of Dr. Erik Johnson (right).

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2010

The award winner for 2010 was Emily Ware.

 

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2009

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The co-award winners for 2009 were Rob Lowe (left) and Colston Edgerton (right).


 

 

 


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