Innovations 2007: Student Award Winners

Posted: May 1, 2007 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

By Dave Andrews

At a university known for its creativity, Mason students put on quite a show at the recent Innovations 2007, the school’s largest display of student ingenuity.

Displays ranged from student writings, artwork and experiential learning projects to videos, web pages and technological innovations. The following students were awarded top honors in their respective category:

Best Use of Technology (two recipients):

In-Silico Representation of Brain Structure: Revolutionizing Neuroscience—Deepak Ropireddy

GMU UAV—Casey Beaird

Contribution to University Life:

VoxPop: Through the Lens of Diversity—Leah Donnelly

Originality and Creativity (three recipients):

Plasma Pong—Stephen Taylor

An Evaluation of the Dream Dysthymia Scale and Associated MMPI Scales—Katherin Enriquez-Pecheroga

Cyathus Helenae: A Cure for Neurological Diseases & a New Class of Antibiotics! —David Lieu

Most Interesting Research Project:

An Evaluation of the Dream Dysthymia Scale and Associated MMPI Scales—Katherin Enriquez-Pecheroga

Most Effective Corporate/Community Interaction, (two recipients):

Runway Incursion Prevention: An Innovative Approach—Kevin Durkee

Immersion 2007: The Development of an Online Training System for Underground Coal Mine Supervisors—Abigail Jones

Most Effect Technology Tool:

Spiritual Communities—India in Hypertext—Sean Moore

Student’s Choice (two recipients):

Plasma Pong—Stephen Taylor

Cyathus Helena: A Cure for Neurological Diseases and a New Class of Antibiotics!—David Lieu

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