Undergraduates Presented Research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Many Atmospheric Sciences undergraduates presented their research at the University of Utah's Undergraduate Research Symposium, held in the Union Ballroom on April 12, 2016. The symposium is hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research and allows undergrads the opportunity to present their research to a variety of people. To learn more about the Undergraduate Research Symposium and the Office of Undergraduate Studies, visit their website.

BS Candidate Brett Brailsford poses with his poster titled, "The Effects of Air Pollution on Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis."











Chemical Engineering student Nikola Todorov with Atmospheric Sciences BS student Ian Glenn and Geoscience student Amy Record pose with their poster. Their poster was titled, "Mobile and Stationary Measurements of Wasatch Front Particulate Matter (PM2.5) and Associated Trace Gasses."









Atmopsheric Sciences BS Candidates Jeff Jenkins, Cameron Negrete, and Sam Postich pose with Steven Clark (Environmental Science) and their poster. Their poster was titled, "Forecast Verification for the NCAR Ensembles, NAEFS Downscaling Technique, and Human Forecaster in the Western United States."