PhD students David Cordie and Kate Pauls Receive Awards

Two more of our graduate students have been selected for awards for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic year based on academic merit. (The fact that they both recently posed with the world famous Van Hise Rock may only be a coincidence.)
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PhD student David Cordie has been selected by the UWM Graduate School to receive one of the two 2016-17 UWM Levine Science Fellowships. Dr. Leonard Levine, Professor Emeritus from the College of Engineering and Applied Science, is the generous donor for this fellowship award intended to support graduate students from engineering and the natural sciences. David’s research involves the study of ancient Cambrian reefs with advisor Dr. Steve Dornbos. Congratulations, David!
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PhD student Kate Pauls has been selected by the UWM Graduate School to receive one of the 2016-17 UWM Graduate Student Excellence Fellowship (GSEF) awards. Kate’s research involves the study of Late Paleozoic sedimentary rocks in Argentina with advisor, Dr. John Isbell. Congratulations, Kate!