September 14, 2015

Awards

Oregon State University:

Anita Summers Graduate Student Travel Award
Oregon State University Botany & Plant Pathology Dept.
October 2019

Graduate Student Travel Award
Oregon State University Graduate School
September 2019

Top Graduate Student Scholarship
Western International Forest Disease Working Conference
May 2019

John Lind Ching Memorial Fellowship
Oregon State University College of Forestry
August 2017

Alfred W. Moltke Memorial Scholarship
Oregon State University College of Forestry
August 2015, 2017

Forest Pathology Student Travel Award
American Phytopathological Society
July 2016

Top Graduate Student Scholarship
Western International Forest Disease Working Conference
May 2016

J. Richard Dilworth Graduate Award in Forestry
Oregon State University College of Forestry
May 2016

Lee Harris Award
Oregon State University College of Forestry
June 2016

Top Graduate Student Scholarship
Western International Forest Disease Working Conference
September 2015

Provost’s Graduate Scholarship
Oregon State University Graduate School
August 2015

University of Tennessee:

Dr. Ray Wells Memorial Academic Scholarship
Academic scholarship awarded by College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Awarded for academic years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

Margaret E. Hodges Academic Scholarship
Academic scholarship awarded by the University of Tennesee. Awarded for academic years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

Summer Undergraduate Research Internship
University of Tennessee, Office of Undergraduate Research
June 2013
In an effort to increase the participation of undergraduate students in the research enterprise, the Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Research & Engagement fund internships to support students working on research or creative projects with a faculty mentor for two months during the summer.

Other:

Blakely Award of Distinction in Science Writing, Undergraduate Division
East Tennessee Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication
April 2014
These annual awards recognize students’ excellence in technical and scientific communication and are offered in two categories: 1) Technical/professional Communication, 2) Science Writing; each category has an undergraduate and graduate division. There are three levels of awards: Distinguished, Excellence, and Merit.

Railway Tie Association John Mabry Forestry Scholarship
Railway Tie Association
August 2013
The Railway Tie Association, a railroad supply organization, has a vested interest in the continued improvements of all railroad-related products. Meeting the challenge of the railroad industry in the decades ahead will require high-quality products and the foresight, determination, and technical expertise of supplier management. To help meet these needs, the RTA wishes to assist future industry leaders. We are pleased to again offer two scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year.