Three Washington State University undergraduate students received $3,000 research grants from Washington River Protection Solutions as part of the Chancellor’s Summer Scholars Program at Washington State University Tri-Cities.
They were Daniel Cain, Eric Loeffler and Zoe Klingele.
Cain, mentored by physics instructor Cigdem Capan, will enhance Hanford’s Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory’s physical environmental monitoring subsystem.
Loeffler, mentored by associate professor of mechanical engineering Changki Mo, will construct a flight motion simulator.
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Klingele, mentored by Jim Cooper, the biological sciences assistant professor, will research jaw development in zebra fish.