Six students come to PNNL through DHS Scholarship and Fellowship Programs
DHS Scholarship and Fellowship Programs were established for students interested in pursuing the basic science and technology innovations that can be applied to the DHS mission. This program successfully recruited six students from universities across the nation to join PNNL this summer for 10 weeks.
- Rachel Hector, from Oregon State University, will be working with Cheryl Baird on an immunoassay reagent development project
- Emilie Hogan, from Rutgers University, will be working with Cliff Joslyn on methods in discrete math for discovering significant views or portions of structured data for PNNL’s Homeland Security projects.
- Fawn Honsby, from North Carolina State University, will be working with Tim Straub on a project surrounding human noroviruses in water.
- Patrick Long, from Michigan State University, will be working with Marvin Warner on a project about enhanced biological threat agent concentration, purification, and detection.
- James Miller, from Harvard University, will be working with Ann Lesperance on an interagency biological restoration demonstration.
- Michael Nash, from the University of Washington, will be working with Richard Ozanich on a project surrounding enhanced biological threat agents.