The Freedman Prize, established by Allen and Judy Freedman in 2002, recognizes superior student-faculty collaborative work that prepares for a senior project in the Natural & Physical Sciences.
Because this work can begin as early as the student’s first year on campus, the competition is open to students in all four classes.
2018-2019 Freedman Prize Winners in Natural & Physical Sciences:
- Yury Chernyak ’20: Measuring the Mode Structure of a Resonant Microwave Cavity: Kevin Schultz
- Hailey Pooler ’19: Understanding Biofilm Production on Subsurface Rocks: Stephanie Carr
- Rebecca Nathan ’19: Quantifying Soil Development of Hemlock Groves in the Upper Susquehanna Watershed: Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad
- *Vanessa Morgan ’19: The Construction of a Reusable Ecological Momentary Assesment Application
- ^Gavin Smith ’19:
- ^Haixiang Xu ’18: The Role of Big Five Personality Traits and Adult Attachment Style towards Perceptions of Polyamory