DTG-GO Award History

September 2017

Justin Ewigleben, physics, will present at a conference in Venice, Italy. Read the proposal (PDF).

Andrew Hermeling, history, presented at a conference in Winnipeg, Canada. Read the proposal (PDF).

Brandon Horan, physics, presented at a conference in Saarbrucken, Germany. Read the proposal (PDF).

Jonathan Stelling, earth and environmental sciences, will conduct research in Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Read the proposal (PDF).

Xingyue Zhang, information systems and supply chain management, will present at a conference in Seoul, Korea. Read the proposal (PDF).

May 2017

Hannah Bashian, counseling psychology, conducted research in Bihar, India. Read the proposal (PDF).

David Braun, psychology, presented at a conference in Potsdam, Germany. Read the proposal (PDF).

Hang Duong, comparative and international education, is presenting at a conference in Vietnam. Read the proposal (PDF).

Matthew Gombeda, structural engineering, is presenting at a conference in Bad Neuenahr, Germany. Read the proposal (PDF).

Nur Sila Gulgec, structural engineering, presented at a conference in Zurich, Switzerland. Read the proposal (PDF).

Dashielle Horn, English, presented at a conference in Dublin, Ireland. Read the proposal (PDF).

Angela Lawrence, mechanical engineering, presented at a conference in Cork, Ireland. Read the proposal (PDF).

Robert Short, mathematics, presented at a conference in Bedlewo, Poland. Read the proposal (PDF).

February 2017

Netta Admoni, counseling psychology, presented at a conference in London, UK. Read the proposal (PDF).

Maria Lauer, counseling psychology, presented at a conference in London, UK. Read the proposal (PDF).

Suzanne McAllister, comparative and international education, consucted research in Tuebingen, Germany. Read the proposal (PDF).

Michael McQuillan, integrative biology, presented at a conference in Toronto, Canada. Read the proposal (PDF).

Alysson Mondoro, civil and environmental engineering, presented at a conference in Vienna, Austria. Read the proposal (PDF).

Samantha Sabatino, structural engineering, presented at a conference in Vienna, Austria. Read the proposal (PDF).

Ashwin Vinod, mechanical engineering, presented at two conferences in Stockholm, Sweden and Cork, Ireland. Read the proposal (PDF).

2016

Sean Anderson, history, conducted scholarly research in Aix-en-Provence, France. Read the proposal (PDF).

Frank Artmont, structural engineering, presented a paper at the IABMAS Conference 2016 in Foz de Iguacu, Brazil. Read the proposal (PDF).

James Carrigan, earth and environmental sciences, conducted scholarly research in Granada, Spain. Read the proposal (PDF).

Carin Molenaar, counseling psychology, conducted scholarly research in Tübingen, Germany. Read the proposal (PDF).

Steven Rodriguez, mechanical engineering and mechanics, presented at the the International Conference of Next Generation Wind Energy in Lund, Sweden. Read the proposal (PDF).

2015

Denis Aslangil, mechanical engineering and mechanics, attended the 15th European Turbulence Conference in Delft, Netherlands, and consult at the University of Bristol, UK. Read the proposal (PDF).

Kaitlin Gottuso (Reiman), pyschology, attended and present at the International Convention of Psychological Sciences in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Jun Lin, electrical and computer engineering, as part of her doctoral thesis, presented at the 2014 and 2015 IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems. Read the proposal (PDF).

Michael McQuillan, biological sciences - evolutionary biology, attended and presented at an evolution conference in Guarujá, Brazil. Read the proposal (PDF).

Georgios Tsampras, structural/earthquake engineering, attended and presented at the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (NZSEE) Annual Technical Conference. Read the proposal (PDF).

Philip Weiser, physics, attended and presented at 28th International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors (ICDS) at Aalto University, Espoo, Finland. Read the proposal (PDF).

2014

Layla Al-Shaer, integrative biology, visited the volcanic crater lakes in Nicaragua to explore the role that parents play in teaching their offspring to correctly interpret and react to environmental threats. Read the proposal (PDF).

Nathan Hopkins, earth and environmental sciences, went to western Sweden to research deformation kinematics within a subglacial thermal boundary. Read the proposal (PDF).

Binay Patel, materials science and egineering,  traveled to Kekrade in the Netherlands to present and collarborate at the 16th International Conference on the Deformation, Yield and Fracture of Polymers. Read the proposal (PDF).

Whitney Szmodis, teaching, learning and technology visited Cambodia to examine the efficacy of an engineering education pimrary school curriculum.  Read the proposal (PDF).